Eliza Kenan and Claire Oswalt are the designers and makers behind Hopewell, a Los Angeles-based quilt shop that launched online in June. Great color studies, 100% cotton and even some machine washable options. Prices range from $150-$395.
Grain is now offering these beautiful handwoven pillows and bath towels, made in collaboration with artists in Guatemala. The colors are produced through a natural dye process using leaves, flowers, seeds, barks, and roots of indigenous plants of the Guatemalan Highlands. Prices range from $18-145.
Designer/artist Job Wouters and his son, Gradus tackle the alphabet in this fun video piece, “abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz“. Gotta say, I am INTO that kid’s writing style. So much more fun to watch than his pop. It’s worth hanging on for the w.
Film by Roel Wouters. Thanks to Elizabeth for the heads up about this!
The Green Vase, a floral studio and styling business based in Riverdale, NY, also offers beautiful handmade paper flowers from their online shop. Items range from single flowers for $38 to custom bouquets for $300.
Oyyo is a Swedish design studio that works with craftspeople in Jodhpur, India to produce these dhurries (woven carpets), made completely by hand with 100% organic cotton and vegetable dyes. Oyyo will be opening an online shop this May to debut their new collection No. 1, for now, keep an eye on their site. Beautiful work.