Monday, 30 November 2009

Old letters




Old is beautiful!

Yvestown guestblogged over at Sfgirlbybay and wrote about a few designers from the Netherlands. Cute paper stuff from Jurianne Matter and gorgeous wood and wool stool.

Elisabeth has done five different cuttingboards.

This thursday evening, Canadian time, there will be a book launch party over at Uppercase Gallery. It's a book full of me, my stuff, a big portion of Morran and a few other friends :)
I will sell the book to Europe, in my web shop, later on.

13 comments:

Kate said...

I still like the old fashioned way of writing letters. I find it more personal and romantic compared to just emailing or texting. Your photos just made me realize how much I miss old fashioned letters. sigh....

Olivia Jeffries said...

agreed!

ibb said...

I keep a lot of all letters at home. I started when I was 15, and now sometimes I need to write again to old friends.

Maribeth said...

I just checked out your book at Uppercase - and preordered it! Sounds lovely. Thanks.

marie-louise said...

Så jäkla fint, det tar i hjärtat.
Och nu tänker jag på vår gamla Moster som ska begravas i morgon (97 år), det kommer nog inga nya med den där handstilen, så man kommer att sakna de där vykorten och breven...konstigt och sorgligt.

withoutwordswouldyouknow said...

oh, receiving a hand written letter these days is a joy.

people should write more..

Kati said...

Congratulations about your Uppercase book!

Bibbi said...

spännande på torsdag!

C said...

Penmanship used to be so beautiful & romantically loopy...wish I'd practiced writing like that when I was young!

Meyer-Lavigne said...

Old letters are truly magical. Thank you for the inspiering links.

babs said...

just ordered your book! can't wait for it to arrive!

greetings from vienna,
;) babs

Maria said...

So beautiful and very nice to use as materials. I like your work very much. Very inspiring place and full of interesting links.

knitlit kate said...

old IS beautiful. i wish people really believed this in every sense of the word!