Thursday, December 4, 2014

Preparations for the Ornamo Christmas Market


Täällä Po-päämajassa paperileikkuri laulaa! Työnalla käyntikortteja huomenna starttaaviin Ornamon Joulumyyjäisiin! Pikkuinen pöytäni löytyy Kaapelitehtaan Merikaapelihallista Marita Huurinaisen ja Lillen välistä, nähdään siellä!

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I'm preparing some new calling cards for the Ornamo Christmas Market which is starting tomorrow! My tiny table is located at Cable factory's Merikaapelihalli between Marita Huurinainen and Lille, see you there!

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Sunday, April 27, 2014

Weecos @ Kierrätystehdas



Po-koruja löytyy vielä tämän päivän ajan Weecosin osastolta Kierrätystehtaalta! Avoinna klo 10-17. Vapaa pääsy. http://www.kierratystehdas.fi/?lang=fi_fi

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Selected pieces of Po jewelry is available in Weecos' booth in Kierrätystehdas! Open Sat-Sun 10 am to 5 pm. Free entrance!  http://www.kierratystehdas.fi/?lang=fi_fi

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Monday, April 14, 2014

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee by Jerry Seinfeld



This is no doubt my favorite online series. Jerry Seinfeld and bunch of other comedians are driving around in vintage cars and grabbing coffee. Hilarity follows. Three season are out now, you'll find them all here. Definitely worth watching!

The episode with Ricky Gervais is one of my favorites:

http://comediansincarsgettingcoffee.com/ricky-gervais-mad-man-in-a-death-machine

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Monday, April 7, 2014

My Favorite Etsy Shops: Stella and Lori




Today I’m starting a new series in my blog called “My Favorite Etsy Shops”. There are so many cool Etsy stores out there so I thought it would be fun to spread the word and introduce some of my favorites to you.  

The first shop in the series is Israelian based shop Stella and Lori. Stella and Lori creates beautiful handmade accessories including bags, clutches, wallets and purses. As an addition, they also have a clothing line which reflects the same exaggerated and dramatic aesthetics as their leather accessories. 



The designers behind the label are two sisters, Vered Blank Grizim and Zohar Blank Kama. The label is named after their grandmothers, Stella and Lori, who as the story goes, “grew up in Europe and then moved to Israel bringing with them a European touch of style and chic”.



What first drew me to Stella and Lori was their design style which manages to be flamboyant and subtle at the same time. The dimensions are oversized but combined with precise detailing and well-thought cut. As a result, the design language is almost flawless. Their product and lookbook images look fresh and convey the playful yet sleek attitude the brand possesses. Really cool shop and products, I highly recommend. 



Here are some links to their sites so you can get to know their creations even better:


All photos by Stella and Lori, used with their permission.

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