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Together with two exchange students from London (Georgina & Jamie) we have been exploring shapes in our furniture course with the theme Display. This is one part and test version of how it could look like, and also be able to change scale of course. Yesterday we took everything apart and next step will be to assamble it in another way. How that turns out, we'll see!
AND! reminder, for those of you that live in Stockholm, there is a Christmas Market at our school, Konstfack this weekend. This is a part of products that you can buy: Handvoven rugs by Josefin Gäfvert, Bookhanger by Sanna Trotsman, Christmas Decorations by Emma Brålander, Posters by Elin Sandström and Details for your desk in cork by my fellow exchange students, Jamie Smith and Georgina Walters. Besides my leather hangers I will sell a few bracelets and key holders in leather as well. Hope to see you, please stop by and say hello! Bring cash, only a few accept card (I do)! More info below in the blog!
ON MY WISHLIST: Unisex gloves from Our Legacy.
NEWS! The dark green hanger is now available in my shop. Both with silver or brass button. You can also have a look at the beautiful green color at the Christmas Market at Konstfack next weekend. See you!
This is a model that I made during the last course we had in Spatial design.
This years christmas market at Konstfack takes place the last weekend in November (29-30) Opening hours is 10-6pm. News this year are that they will charge an entrance fee (10:-) and are open one hour more than usual each day. And I recommend you to have cash with you as not that many accept card (I do, though). I will sell my hangers this year too, for a nice price! Hope to see you, and feel free to say hello!
Woven work by BrookandLyn (Mimi Jung & Brian Hurewitz). As a I have a textile background I miss weaveing a lot, and this work makes me miss it even more. I've made a carpet/wall hanging myself but haven't found the right place for it yet.
Meuse Backpack from Côte & Ciel. In need of a backpack for my laptop.
Today's book: Ann Demeulemeester.
(Images: Books, Ann Demeulemeester together with Patti Smith, Patti Smith reading from her introduction of the book.) More images from the book release here.
”The first and highly personal perspective into the work and processes of Ann Demeulemeester, one of the most influential and inspiring fashion designers of our time. Graduating from Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 1981, Ann Demeulemeester (and her contemporaries in the Antwerp Six) transformed global fashion with an aggressive restatement of traditional fashion design and a polemical approach to luxury trends. Influenced by punk, she founded her label in 1985 and imbues her designs with a strong narrative and rebellious spirit. For Demeulemeester, fashion is a form of communication. Her complex language of contrasts covers a whole gamut of emotions. The tension is highly poetic, and her clothes reveal many layers of soul. Known for her elegant tailoring and dark yet glamorous aesthetic, she created a serene and darkly romantic world with an intriguing mix of edgy rebellion and sophistication. This book is a tribute to Demeulemeester’s historical career, with over 1,000 photographs approximating some of the mystery and detailing associated with her brand.”
We have this spatial design course in school at the moment. Really going back to the basics, and trying to find our own method of how we could work. Trying to find space with simple things. This is a small part of what I've been doing in two weeks.
I've had this bag in my mind for a while now. And as I hadn't forgot it yet I decided to buy it. It's something special with leather products in good quality, and I especially love Yvonne Koné's bags and items. If I could I would buy a lot more. But it's really nice to also be able to use them already I got, and much smarter! So, here is my latest buy, and maybe my only one for a while. Living the student life you get a bit limited, and I think that is good in a way.
The lack of good storage in our kitchen and the ambition to make our kitchen a more enjoyable space I needed to put up some details on the empty walls that could hold a varety of things and tools in the kitchen. I found my hanger a good candidate for that purpose.
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