Month: January 2012
Our intrepid agent Ashley, discovered The Pantone Hotel in Brussels.
From their website:
“The PANTONE HOTEL combines the strong emotions evoked by color with exceptional, vivid design and unyielding comfort. Guests enjoy state-of-the-art accommodations, distinctively chosen at reception to compliment their mood. Luxurious beds, inviting pillows, LCD TVs, and central A/C with individual controls are standard at The PANTONE HOTEL; many rooms are illuminated with unparalleled views of Brussels.”
This is how you paint pasta, by our brilliant artist, Marco Marella (for Gastronomica Magazine).
These are a few new patterns for HEMA that I designed. The patterns are on many more items, but these are the ones I liked best, especially the tea towel with the flower patch stitched on. It’s always a nice surprise to see what my patterns are used for when I visit the stores!”
“Dear Lilla, Susan, Ashley and Julia,
It’s Chinese New Year this week.
This year is dragon year. I made this card and wish you all have a great great year!”
I’ve been playing with different applications to some of my pattern work. It’s wonderful to be able to experiment this way without having to create large (and expensive) quantities of things. Here are some examples of the latest digital printing project I just completed for a client commission.”
We are thrilled to have LRS artists represented in Land of Nod’s latest endeavor, “Institute of Art”. The curated collection offers-up limited edition prints, for only $19.95, from a variety of artists including Mike Lowery, Jon Cannell, Sarajo Freiden, Lisa Congdon and Suzy Ultman.
“Hi Lilla, The GreenGift-Notes I designed for teNeues are now for sale. I love the way they came out. There are 16 gift notes (with 2 different designs) and 16 envelopes in a box, and the best thing is they are made with environmentally-friendly materials and soy-based inks! They are for sale in stores in the U.S., U.K., Canada and also online here.”
My good friend Cara’s growing belly (she’s expecting her second wee one) doesn’t even compare to her larger knack for styling a room. Cara sent me pictures from the baby’s new room chock full of fun art & accessories. She combined pieces from my “Home Sweet Home” collection along with vintage posters, Lisa Dejohn originals, and a Joanna Ramage vintage type print. Cara even managed to fit-in my “Paper Doll Parade” girlies and my “Blandford Birdies”. I love the unconventional baby room look. I can only hope, for Cara’s sake, that the artwork also induces many hours of good sleep.”