Yesterday was spent in the screen print studio of Pål Gunnes
at his beautiful farm in the forest of Siljan,
working with prints for our Norwegian Made project.
We feel so lucky to know Pål
and to be able to use his skills and expertise.
These prints will be turned into pillows, pouches and kitchen towels,
which we will sell to endorse our
support-the-makers project Norwegian Made.
We hope to be able to open our web shop this fall
where we'll sell these Norwegian Made promo products.
These days we're sending out our Norwegian Made bookmarks.
We would very much like you to be part of our community reclaiming traditional norwegian values and we need your help to spread the word. If you want to be a Norwegian Made ambassador please let us know and we'll send you a gift as a token of appreciation along with some
These days we work vehemently with our new (well, relatively..) project Norwegian Made.
Our company's goal is to raise the interest in handcraft and design produced in Norway.
You can read more about Norwegian Made on our homepage norwegianmade.com or on Instagram. You also find us on Facebook.
Norwegian Made is all about the story behind the products. We want to give you a glimpse into the workshops, to show you the love and dedication the norwegian produced handcraft is made with.
Norwegian Made is Cathrine Wefall and myself. We will travel around the country, telling the makers stories.
The photo is from yesterday's Norwegian Made road trip. We feel so lucky to be able to call this work!
The new NorwegianMade promo pillows have finally arrived and we are so happy with them! Hopefully we'll be able to offer them for sale pretty soon.
Together with my friend and business partner Cathrine Wefall
I run the company Norwegian Made,
a wenture whos goal it is to support quality handcraft and design products
made in Norway
and made to last.
Recently we had some really, really good news
which called for a celebration.
I'll tell you more about the project
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Information about my workshops here.
See my paintings, drawings, etchings and watercolors here.
See more pictures from last years workshop here
See my fineart photography here.
You can see more of my cyanotype prints here.
"Fine works of art never age, because they are marked by genuine feeling. The language of the passions, the impulses of the heart, are always the same."