Lecture by Arnout Visser in the GlassDept. in Rietveld
This week we are having visitors from the School of Decorative Arts in Prague. The head of their glass department, designer and artist Rony Plesl gave a lecture about his work in the Rietveld… Continue reading
Escher meets islamic art in the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam Famous Dutch graphic designer M. C. Escher drew his inspiration from islamic art he saw in Granada. He used years to observe complicated… Continue reading
Wonderwinderpand – alternative winter market Today in Landbouwbelang in Maastricht 12-6 pm A Piece of news & Whisper in your ear – earrings can be found there!
It’s been almost 4 months that I left Iceland behind. My black beach, volcanos and icebergs are still in my mind. Nature of the amazing island is giving some inspiration also for a glass… Continue reading
The glass of work of Anu Penttinen is getting the last heat in the hands of Slate Grove. Anu, beside of designing, she also makes her own work including the piece in… Continue reading
The story of design from modernism to the future from 16th of June until 6th of August in Taidehalli, in Helsinki. <- A little bit of charm by Susanne Koskimäki‘s glass dolls… Continue reading
Finnish glass and design 1.6 – 14.8.2012 at Design Forum in Helsinki
Anu Penttinen‘s glass in Riihimäki Superposition 4.5-1.7.2012 in The Finnish Glass Museum Photo by Uzi Varon
ALmost on the road… What you need to have when driving around an island, is a coffee maker… All you need is an empty package of Icelandic skyr, with a little… Continue reading
Does this grinding and polishing work ever end, I wonder… On the way to Mars – shot glasses by laura 2011-12 Blown glass
Lots of happening in Reykjavijk this weekend..! More info about DesignMarch from their website.
DesignMarch 2012 is on. Roots – Icelandic contemporary jewellery exhibition opened in Hafnarborg, south of Reykjavik. Downstairs there’s also Sigurður Guðjónsson‘s video piece Prelude. Find out more about DesignMarch 2012 and follow… Continue reading
Testing The Beardcap by VÍK PRJÓNSDÓTTIR. All their products are made of Icelandic sheep wool. I’m also a big fan of their THE SEALPELT ( SELSHAMURINN )! Test result: 5 stars
Anu Penttinen’s glass work is shown in Habitare furniture/ interior/ design fair in Helsinki.