a favorite postcard illustrated by Kaj Beckman.1 comment
“We must remember how children learn rather than how we teach. Through movement, through emotions, through activities, through projects—all the basics fit in. And they’re learning without realizing they’re learning.”
Andy suggested we watch this and I’m so glad we did. What a freaking awesome teacher.No comments
Made by Massimo Lunardon as a special production for Sweet Bella, these ‘bombons’ are for pencils or flowers or any small thing (or nothing at all).
Designed and made by a couple in Japan. The husband crafts the keyaki (Japanese elm) base and the wife stitches up the squares of vintage kimono fabric she’s collected for many, many years. Colors will vary.
MR. BRUSHSHOE natural beech and horsehair shoe brush
Located in the former Home for the Blind in Berlin, the workshop which produces these brushes employs fifteen blind artisans using traditional craft techniques that the Institute for the Blind has developed over the last 120+ years.
along with these via I’m Revolting2 comments
The Cantilever Rainbow
Title page and end papers
The Old Animals’ Forest Band
Illustrations by: Durga Bai
More books this week!
Vintage Pop-Up Origami gift to Elsa from some awesome friends. Complete with paper and instructions.