Friday, 31 October 2008
Thursday, 30 October 2008
This is from our London trip where we had breakfast at Tom´s Deli. (Tom is Terrence Conran's son)
Simply food-lovers heaven
Simply food-lovers heaven
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Tuesday, 28 October 2008
George Nelson for Vitra
Beautiful, beautiful clocks from Vitra, not only a functional thing but sculptures. We would like every single one of them. They are designed by George Nelson, born in 1908 and one af the he key figure of American design.
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Friday, 24 October 2008
Louisiana - Per Kirkeby
Not long ago we went to Louisiana to see the exhibition by Per Kirkeby. We were trying to find out which painting we would choose if we were to bring one home. It was so difficult because the colors and the shapes off these large-scale paintings were so striking.
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Thursday, 23 October 2008
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Wednesday, 22 October 2008
Among our absolute favorite bloggers are Elisabeth Dunker and Camilla Engman. And now they have created Studio Violet together. Together they are making posters, journals and postcards and they also have a blog together.
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Tuesday, 21 October 2008
Went to Sweden and saw this amacing world. In 1980 Lars Vilks starts building a sculpture at the nature reserve Kullaberg, in the northwest corner of county Skåne. A few days later the sculpture is being named "Nimis" or Ladonia. The 'project' has been going ever since and now it is the one of the most surprising monuments I have ever seen. Go there....and remember to wear hiking boots.
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Monday, 20 October 2008
No more dummy
Bror said goodbye to his beloved dummies last week. Hung them all on the 'dummy tree' in Frederiksberg Have. No problems sleeping at night, maybe it was his parents that was nervous the most.
Went for the best 'autum' walk afterwards.
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Friday, 10 October 2008
Wonderfull illustrations by Maira Kalman.
Maira Kalman was born in Tel Aviv and moved to New York with her family at the age of four. She has worked as a designer, author, illustrator and artist for more than thirty years without formal training. Her work is a narrative journal of her life and all its absurdities. She has written and lincluding Ooh-la-la- Max in Love, What Pete Ate, and Swami on Rye . She often illustrates for The New Yorker magazine, and is well known for her collaboration with Rick Meyerowitz on the NewYorkistan cover in 2001. Recent projects include The Elements of Style (illustrated), and a monthly on-line column entitled Principles of Uncertainty for The New York Times.
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Thursday, 9 October 2008
If you are going to Brick Lane marked have lunch at Story deli a great, chilled-out lunch joint serving 100%-organic pizza and café. All distressed floorboards, bags of flour and wooden slabs (instead of plates) and long wooden sharing tables. – the pizza is nice and crispy.
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Wednesday, 8 October 2008
What a beautiful autumn day - Blue sky and fresh air. Enjoying the last fruits in the garden and planting lots of tulip bulbs.
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Tuesday, 7 October 2008
We love Rob Ryan for his poetic and whimsical papercut-outs. Now he's got his own East London boutique, selling his artwork and accessories. Of course we went there. Wonderful to see his work 'live'. Rob Ryan got his own blog, check it out.
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