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This was the real enjoyment with the trip, "fika" with Moa and Moa, and the chat with Calle. His fabolous book "Emma, who are you?" is gonna be released as paperback at Månpocket this autumn! I LOVE Calles own typeface on the cover of the book.

14 comments:

sulu-design said...

I must close my mouth - it dropped open at these lovely photos! Where, oh where is that fabulous window?

Annalisa Backlund said...

Wow - this typeface is amazing too! There's lots of inspiring type around at the moment isn't there? xxxx

emma adbåge said...

NEJ! MEN! Vad ROLIGT! Med boken där! Den är så fin så fin, visst var den med på KOLLA! -utställningen, jag tog den till mig direkt, så fin så fin och bra. OCh inte minst kände jag..."här är jag! den här är jag!" /Emma :) (PS: nu har jag flyttat klart och fått nätinnehav efter MYCKET om och men. därav uteblivna mejlsvar, men strax!) :) hej från gemla!

Tessa said...

thanks for your comment, I'm going to make more laptopcovers and other in felt.
nice pics :)

K. said...

Hej E, fint att se att du är ute och rör på dig. Och grattisgrattisgrattis

pepa said...

I love all the pics, great shots! love to be there sharing a cup of tea as well! congrats :)

//fine little day// said...

Susan, that faboulous window is from my cousins studio. I will post some more pics from her place later on.

K. jag väntar fortfarande på att du ska slå upp portarna till egen blogg. Ska vi fika i veckan?

//fine little day// said...

Emma, javisst det måste ju var du det :)))

Shona~ LALA dex press said...

It's all very beautiful, but truthfully I'm just jealous that your current weather allows for a scarf. Not quite fall where I am- still too hot for my liking.

Emma ::emmas designblogg:: said...

Haha, den boken måste jag köpa! Vad fin den var!

mav said...

fika!!!!!! :)
i love that big window in the middle photograph.

ashley rose helvey said...

that book is beautiful!!!!!

Anonymous said...

The typeface is fantastic, but it's not his own. It's an old ornamented nineteenth century typeface. See graphis No 23 from 1948 page 254 in your local art-college library.

fine little day said...

Anonymous, can´t find that book...