Wednesday, November 24, 2010

anne kyyrö quinn.

we ordered some anne kyyrö quinn pillows for a client recently, and i've been obsessing over her textiles ever since. AKQ's three-dimensional transformation of felt is impressive, to say the least. i totally need some tulip wall panels and at least one of her lola ottomans. you know, for the cats to ruin.(and while i'm at it, bradshaw, i wouldn't mind a few rolls of that kate ridder oiseau wallpaper. LE YUM. )
{anne kyrrö quinn available to the trade through scott + cooner.}

2 comments:

Sabine Müller said...

Me too, I really admire her designs, it´s incredible what she creates just out of felt. Sadly, she is using students as cheap labour to get the work done more cheaply and prop up company profits. Could not believe it, as I heard, that she sells it as an internship. So also she belongs to the 20% ...
http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2011/apr/28/businesses-interns-cheap-labour

Sabine Müller said...

Me too, I really admire her designs, it´s incredible what she creates just out of felt. Sadly, she is using students as cheap labour to get the work done more cheaply and prop up company profits. Could not believe it, as I heard, that she sells it as an internship. So also she belongs to the 20% ...
http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2011/apr/28/businesses-interns-cheap-labour