Ah, hur fint var inte det här!
What's the name of that book. It sure looks good.
That really is a gorgeous book. Fabulous find. K
yes, such a fantastic book !and you have to see this small film : http://www.brocco.tv/09xmas/
karin, "LE COFFRET DU PETIT CHAPERON ROUGE".mo', great great. Thank you for the tip!
Det här ser verkligen fint ut!
i love both of them!
yes very inspiring ... love her work
very nice. love the last pages especially!
oh yes, they are very talented!
I like it here.
so inspiring indeed! Love Sissi's illustrations too!
such a beautiful book!
such a fun book!I also have to comment on your ring...I see it in some of the photos and I remembered that I like it :) I am always looking for a nice band like that...is it white gold?
Nidhi, thank you for your compliment. The ring is hammered silver with a gold star in it. The hammering is almost off ground now though.
wow, so lovely. it reminds me a little of Jane's work, does it you too?
Åh! Så otroligt fint! Gillar rävarna!
seems like a wonderful book!herlige bilder og farger...
Pretty, different style on each double page, like some kind of an encyclopedia.
oh i love her designs! i am still kicking myself for not getting one of her plates when I saw them on sale. her colors are so living.
Nath, I agree with you. It is a "Jane-feeling" in this.
Wow! It must be so challenging to have images that look like mixed media like these. I want the plates!
I'm not sure I can get a sense of her style, though I love the little red sandals painted inside. By the way, I just saw your legs on re-nest:). Happy weekend.
Nathalie lété is a great artist.I love the carpets she made.this morning I found this:http://www.les-queues-de-sardines.comI think to you...the model with drop.good weekend!
Lili, some of the leggings there are hilarious :)
De röda små skorna är ju sååå fina.Vilka spännande och fina länktips du bjuder på. / Trevlig helg!
Those little red shoes... fantastic!Many greetings, Marjolijn
Ojslan så fint så var!
thanks for the links!
Vey unique and unpredictable work- thanks for the links-Annamaria :)
love! anaïs has great taste!
I had the idea that Nathalie Lété could be a sort of french Camilla… but unfortunately she doesn't have a blog… and any studio violet too.;-)
gorgeous book! love red so this especially caught my eye : )
nathalie lete= amazing artist ...It took me at least a whole week to get over the excitement of seeing her work a few years ago ...OMG is all I can say (she leaves me speachless)that book looks fab elisabeth, and the film is lovely , I saw it on ginis blog a while back
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