Keeping with the Greenery theme from last blogpost, how cute are these little Botanica prints by Danish Studio Arhoj?
Each of these packs contains 10 different A5 prints featuring floral oil, pen and watercolour paintings. The paper is made in Denmark using sustainable wind power and printed with vegetable ink. Perfect for framing and decorating your home with or as a card since the pack also comes with white envelopes. The prints can also be bought separately.
I will share more photos when I feel finished with this wall, it is quite a big space so I am planning to create a nice gallery wall but these things takes time.. I don’t want to add too many pieces either so there is a lot of planning and though behind it. For now, here are a couple of examples of inspirational images I found online;
// Photo credit: 1 & 2 Ingrid Opstad / 3 Alen Cordic via Bjurfors / 4 Coco Lapine / 5 Jonas Berg via Stadshem / 6 Petra Bindel via Elle Decoration / 7 Fantastic Frank
Æ Ø Å are the extra 3 characters we Norwegians & Danish have at the end of our alphabet, and I always love hearing foregners trying to pronounce them as they appears quite regularly in our language. In Swedish they change them up slightly and have Å Ä Ö instead.
What do all you non-Scandinavians think of these weird characters?
As a Norwegian I like seeing them pop up on different design items, it adds a bit extra and is to me visually pleasing to the eye. Here are some designs I have collated with various of these characters on;
I’m so happy to introduce the new ingridesign FJORDS collection now available in my storenvy online shop. The design is based on the feeling of wanderlust and is a tribute to the amazing and breathtaking fjords in Norway. I grew up in Sandnes overlooking a fjord, and it was something I would almost take for granted until I moved away. Now I long for it and see it as a symbol of home and calmness.
FJORD /fēˈôrd, fyôrd/ a long, narrow, deep inlet of the sea between high cliffs, as in Norway and Iceland, typically formed by submergence of a glaciated valley.
The collection currently consists of three different poster prints in two different sizes; 460mm x 615mm (18 x 24) or 305mm x 406mm (12 x 16), all printed on thick durable matte paper. The design is also available on a white soft 80% polyester + 20% cotton fleece fabric pillow, as well as a black unisex tank top. Click on any image below to find out more or make a purchase;
These beautiful and simplistic watercolour art prints by Silke Bonde, a Copenhagen based designer and artist, are so stunning with the perfect Scandinavian feel. They are all a part of their ‘Looking Closer’ collection.
“‘Looking closer’ is a collection that encourage you to take a closer look at the nature and it’s elements. Take a break and notice the creations, patterns and changing life in the nature. The use of blue and green tones characterizes the Northern nature and it’s color palette. The collection is made with watercolors to match the organic shapes which you will find in the nature. A minimalistic collection with a mix of straight lines and organic shapes.” – Silke Bonde
I discovered Owl Street and their lovely prints online and thought I would share with you. It is run by the three Swedish friends Oskari Katainen, Niclas Boman & David Johansson and is an online lifestyle store selling original prints, accessories & collab stuff with their own designs.
“Owl Streets is a link between the forest and the city. It is here to make your day-to-day life easier and better looking.” – Owl Street
NORDEN MAP POSTER
Psst; the cool wooden hangers are handmade in Sweden by Owl Streets and can be purchased here.
STOCKHOLM MAP POSTER
COPENHAGEN MAP POSTER
OSLO MAP POSTER
GÖTEBORG MAP POSTER
Want to see more of their prints, then click here and enjoy!