Monthly Archives: February 2010


Weird and strange animal, but very sweet and likable!

We love Spongebob!

But where’s Patrick???

Silk twill scarf from Colette.

Josef Frank

Beautiful works from Austrian/Swedish architect Josef Frank. We like that he was so inspired by nature. Svensk Tenn, the company he worked closely with during his active career, still exist and produce a lot of his textiles and furniture. Take a look here

David Shrigley vs. Pringle of Scotland

Famous Scottish knitwear brand Pringle of Scotland has hired artist David Shrigley to do an animation about the making of their famous sweaters. Funny little movie.

Top image Pringle of Scotland SS10 campaign feat. Tilda Swindon, Below a drawing by David Shrigley.

Elisabeth Arkhipoff x Trax

Nice work by Elisabeth Arkhipoff. Exhibited at Parisian gallery 12Mail.

Images via 12mail

Cecil Balmond

Astonishing geometric visions by Sri Lankan architect Cecil Balmond. Read more about him here.

Images via


Lovely little invitation cards by The Printery.


Beautiful Danish label Kokoon, who we created the visual identity for back in the days, are just going from strength to strength. We absolutely adore her first collection of delicate and cool silk garments, and as it happens we just had a peak of what’s to come for her 2nd collection …. and we can’t wait. Her leopard print cape has been talk of the town for months now and we fully understand why. So cool!

From L to A

One half of LA was recently on holiday in Japan. As a gift upon return, the other feline-friendly half of LA was given a little wall 2010 calender (lookbook?) made by United Bamboo. Love it dearly and is already sad it will only last for 1 year! Purr purr ….


LA loves this new nordic perfume label AGONIST. Exclusive scents in unique bottles! Very nice idea to bring back bottles that last and can be refilled (also very eco-friendly). They are made by the Swedish glassworks Kosta Boda and designed by glass artist Åsa Jungnelius. The perfume itself is made in Grasse France, but the whole project is designed to be an experience larger than just being a fragrance. Very vice!