some COS, Sessun, Nikita, Zara, Susanne Bommer and APC pieces on ebay

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Some old pieces on ebay from now on until next Sunday. Click here if interested: ruemmat | ebay

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printing on textile | a scarf

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YAY! it turned out to be real nice, i like it. I printed some of my graphical patterns on textile. ANYBODY WANT A SCARF like this? As i don’t have an online shop until now, feel free to contact me at contact[at]eyesopenforthenicelittlethings.com

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new shirts

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go climb a cactus shirts for friends, new dragonfly shirts. A simple dragonfly series will be for sale here soon!

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screenPRINTING

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mobile uploads from screenprinting for friends who climb or love-, hike- and ride the mountains. The design is reproduced. Thanks SDW Neukölln. Always much fun to print here!

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Sundae for Sessùn spring-summer 13

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fav. french fashion and grafic: Sessùn and Sundae

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one by one – load up the fun

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this once printed Tee is very old by now, but i still like it somehow. The letters are actually painted, not printed.

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SUKHA

Thanks to Sukha Amsterdam Haarlemmerstraat 110 for letting me take pictures in your beutiful store.

With it’s independent boutiques, nice cafés, restaurants, multiculturality and the oldest cinema of Amsterdam, the Haarlemmerstraat and Haarlemmerijk has just been announced as the best shopping street in the Netherlands. Not far away from my favorite quarter of the city,  Jordaan. In its beautiful location, the store Sukha offers fashion, interior, books, accessories, presents and unique handmade products. The products are from India, Nepal, Morocco, Peru, Indonesia and the Netherlands. They are recycled, vintage or responsibly manufactured with attention to working conditions in the factories and respect for the people of the country of origin. Sukha means “joy” in Sanskrit, the language of the Buddhist monks in India and Nepal.

The bautiful store, with its high, light ceilings is also decorated with art products, such as written poems on the walls.

 

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