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Nathalie Lete is a very inspiring artist. And so is Anais masiini, who helped me get Nahalie's book.








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35 comments:

marie-louise said...

Ah, hur fint var inte det här!

karin said...

What's the name of that book. It sure looks good.

Kylie said...

That really is a gorgeous book. Fabulous find. K

mo' said...

yes, such a fantastic book !
and you have to see this small film : http://www.brocco.tv/09xmas/

Fine Little Day said...

karin, "LE COFFRET DU PETIT CHAPERON ROUGE".

mo', great great. Thank you for the tip!

Sakletarn said...

Det här ser verkligen fint ut!

myssja said...

i love both of them!

isabelle said...

yes very inspiring ... love her work

mieke willems said...

very nice. love the last pages especially!

Christine said...

oh yes, they are very talented!

Cyrie said...

I like it here.

artycho said...

so inspiring indeed! Love Sissi's illustrations too!

ameskeria said...

such a beautiful book!

Nidhi said...

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?

Fine Little Day said...

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.

nath said...

wow, so lovely. it reminds me a little of Jane's work, does it you too?

Ulrika said...

Åh! Så otroligt fint! Gillar rävarna!

Hege Evensen said...

seems like a wonderful book!

herlige bilder og farger...

Bohemian girl said...

Pretty, different style on each double page, like some kind of an encyclopedia.

Annie said...

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.

Fine Little Day said...

Nath, I agree with you. It is a "Jane-feeling" in this.

teddybearswednesday said...

Just beautiful.

Letter Paper Flower said...

Wow! It must be so challenging to have images that look like mixed media like these. I want the plates!

Francesca said...

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.

lili scratchy said...

Nathalie lété is a great artist.
I love the carpets she made.
this morning I found this:http://www.les-queues-de-sardines.com
I think to you...the model with drop.
good weekend!

Fine Little Day said...

Lili, some of the leggings there are hilarious :)

Karin said...

De röda små skorna är ju sååå fina.
Vilka spännande och fina länktips du bjuder på. / Trevlig helg!

Something White said...

Those little red shoes... fantastic!
Many greetings, Marjolijn

Ulicam said...

Ojslan så fint så var!

jane said...

thanks for the links!

caramela said...

Vey unique and unpredictable work- thanks for the links-
Annamaria :)

jenna said...

love! anaïs has great taste!

Anaïs said...

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.
;-)

handmade romance said...

gorgeous book! love red so this especially caught my eye : )

Jane O Sullivan said...

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