30 July 2006
Just discovered this wonderfull grassroot magazine N.E.E.T. The brainchild behind it is UK based Stephanie J, and everything in the magazine is handpicked, designed and organised by her. N.E.E.T. began in December 2005 as a quarterly, online publication, laid out in a magazine format. It has direct links to homepages of the items, illustrations and photos shown and could be a great way for all you creative crafters to publish your work. Venus Magazine, March 2006: "N.E.E.T. is highly addictive.. you'll think you've stumbled upon NYLON's funkier, thrift-store chic little sister."
29 July 2006
The people behind Danefae, creates cool fashion with retro graphics inspired by friendly Danish stereotypes, such as vikings, little mermaids and herings - for tourist and residents. Their logo is so ugly that it must be meant as a joke - but somehow it works out because they carry out the retro style all the way.
28 July 2006
More wallpaper again - I know - but I love the concept, the logo, the website and the name, ferm means clever/skilled in danish. ferm WALLPAPER originates from the graphic design agency, ferm, run by Trine Andersen. The first collection was launched in February 2006. The next Formland Fair is coming up from11-14 of August. It´s Scandinavia's largest Home Accessory and Gift Fair and I´ve decided to focus for the next weeks on some of my favorite Danish Designers that can be found there.
Danish design duo RoomMate, alias Christine Schwarzer and Anne Birgitte Balle, has created an innovative product line for children. The focus point is to create positive and stimulating settings for creative children's play. I heart their beanbag FatCat, and their new and very graphical dolls, Roomies. ( can only be found under the danish menu)
27 July 2006
26 July 2006
25 July 2006
The Collection is a boutique that pushes luxury wall coverings closer to art. Wallpapers are hand-screened, embroidered and hand-coloured. One long, narrow piece shows huge piles of paperback novels another features a floor to ceiling stack of plates. I have a real stack of books in my livingroom, while we wait for the perfect storage solutions - any advice?