You can certainly call them colorful … book stands from Japanese Archittecs Torafu … you probably have seen work from them before just didn't know they made so many more amazing things … I'm talking about the Air Vase.
But I would like to show you these other three products today. The Koloro Stands, their magnets and the beautiful Koloro desk and stool … I believe the images speak for themselves 🙂 … great aren't they. I'm not sure if a shop outside the Japan is selling these items, but this Japanese online shop does.
Head to the North East of England until your reach the land of ancient castles, historic churches and rugged moorlands, and you will arrive in fibre artist Joanne Storie's homeland. This iconic landscape (think Hogwarts) is where she creates her signature BareFaced Yarns - a perfect mix of sheep wool and baby Alpaca - that strongly reflects the rich cultural heritage of the region.
“Darling, crack a smile”... How often have you had that said to you while you were minding your own business? Photographer Mia Mala McDonald and needlwork artist Catherine Tipping had enough of this approach. So they created the joint exhibition Why Doesn’t She Crack A Smile?
Start afresh. Leave the colored table linen and floral china in the cupboard. And convert to crochet tableware with this placemat pattern by Emilie Roter. We assure you there will be ooh’s and aah’s...