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i'm loving these folk-inspired owl plates at vivre. they're $152 for a set of 4 and take their look from traditional nordic motifs. click here for more info.

[ps: you'll notice that labels are now appearing on posts. they're in preparation for the new site so please excuse their presence until they're ready for the new site in september]



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Love them too. The illustrator behind them (http://www.klaush.com/) has a very impressive portfolio of work under his belt.

8:05 AM  
Blogger Dayna Gedney said...

They're gorgeous. The colours work so nicely and the illustration is really beautiful. Thanks for posting the artist's link zee homebug.

8:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone know where I can buy just one of these plates / bowls / cups? I want a set for work, and at vivre you have to buy 4 of each.

10:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon - www.scandinaviandesigncentre.com and www.finnishdesignshop.com both sell the Taika line by Iittala in individual pieces. Both ship worldwide too.

10:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

how sweet are these!!

1:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was just about to tell you that that was Klaus Haapaniemi's work, but looks like I'm late to the party! Klaus is the NICEST guy ever. I had lunch with him last month and wrote about it on my blog...

He has a whole bunch of interesting stuff coming out. Definitely one to watch!

The funniest part was that the day I met him, I told him about this really cool blog called Design Sponge. :)

3:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon - we're in the U.S. and carry this line - individual pieces: http://www.finnstyle.com/taika-dinnerware.html

The design is great - It's been very popular.

10:57 PM  
Blogger Giselle said...

So funny to see these up! We registered for them for our wedding a few months ago--you can buy individual pieces at unica, also. (That's where we found them.)

12:51 PM  

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