Absolutely in love with these mohair blankets by Els van ‘t Klooster. The colours, styling, material: just perfect. A website for her textile designs will be lauched soon, make sure to keep an eye on it!
Remember this lovely post about the work of Anna Kövecses? Well, I seriously can’t wait for these posters/prints to arrive at PSikhouvanjou! Huge fan of her work, but have to say that the Dutch webshop always has a great selection too! Petje af ;) I signed up for email updates, hopefully they’ll arrive soon. Landscape print + world print.
On my wishlist of abstract things (books, prints and toys) – Abstract Alphabet by Paul Cox
I came across these handmade baby sandals via Helena, aren’t they the cutest?! Below are some of my personal favourites! Love the Guatemalan textiles, definitely putting these on my wishlist for A. (almost 1yr old already, how time flies!) See them all here and make sure to check out the dresses and rompers too! (And while you’re at it, they have baby moccasins too in pretty rich colours.. this is not a sponsored post, I promise!)
“Don’t play what’s there, play what’s not there”. A child’s power of imagination has no limits. Baooab is a new game concept which combines construction, creativity and interaction with all the elements of play. Six pieces, infinite possibilities, offering a form of entertainment which returns to the sensory, emotional, and, above all, to the appreciation of ingenuity.”
I have seen many lovely “sewing” projects lately, and thought I had to share these cute wooden toys by Miriam Tochijara and Sergio Guijarro!
[After two hectic months (and inactivity), I hope I'm here to stay!]