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21Jun

FOLL-presse

HYSJ - BYFRYD

BLUE PELARGOS-presse

TWO-presse

HYSJ-stamp

created from the heart
humble & emotional

our shop H Y S J
with our first collection – print 0 1
is now
O P E N

my heart is bursting with joy

Artwork / styling / photo: H Y S J – Lunde & Mork

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09Feb

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Five magical days in Stockholm.
Filled with laughter, nerves , new friends, old friends, true friends.
Sharing apartment with the most wonderful girls; Heidi, Linda, Helle, Signe, Anniken, Melissa and Nina.
I feel so lucky.
Truly!

Liselore and Mary Ellen who brought it all together. Thank you!
Listening to Will from Bright Bazar. Such an inspiration. Though his personality is what fills my heart with smiles.
The trio from Heart Home Magazine was so friendly and full of humor. LOVE that!

Visiting the wonderful shop Lotta Agaton and Svensk Tenn. Such a contrast, both amazing!

Finally meeting Gudy from Eclectic Trends. My new sweet friend.
Meeting people you feel you have known all your life. Though actually only spent a few hours together.
It´s soul food, Caroline and Toni.
You know, my list could go on and on and on….

happy smiles + love

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04Jan

25
20

while writing a post
about my own
ghosts
I came over these

simply perfect
just like a ghost
should be

now I´m longing
for one

FROM THE DESIGNERS
Based on the ideas of the Japanese Shinto religion believing that everything in nature has a soul
a mountain rock, a plant, a pebble on the beach
Louise Gaarmann & Anders Arhøj
designed a wide range of ceramic figures and blew life into them

the small Ghosts inhabit your living space and are useful for many things
my favorite;
as company on a lonely night with no friends around to talk to

my true ghosts
will soon appear
on BY FRYD

J. xox

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15Sep

I love this from Scandinavian Deko found through one of my favorite blogs A Merry Mishap // e n j o y //

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06Sep

last post was for the love of the quilt
this post is for the artwork
I´ve been a fan of Castle for a long time
but never mentioned them here

well,
now you know

// s m i l e

for the love of coconuts
do the cha cha

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NOW OPEN : H Y S J

FOLL-presse

HYSJ - BYFRYD

BLUE PELARGOS-presse

TWO-presse

HYSJ-stamp

created from the heart
humble & emotional

our shop H Y S J
with our first collection – print 0 1
is now
O P E N

my heart is bursting with joy

Artwork / styling / photo: H Y S J – Lunde & Mork

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MEET THE BLOGGER STOCKHOLM

meet the blogger1

meet the blogger8

meet the blogger9
meet the blogger5

meet the blogger6

meet the blogger7
meet the blogger4

Five magical days in Stockholm.
Filled with laughter, nerves , new friends, old friends, true friends.
Sharing apartment with the most wonderful girls; Heidi, Linda, Helle, Signe, Anniken, Melissa and Nina.
I feel so lucky.
Truly!

Liselore and Mary Ellen who brought it all together. Thank you!
Listening to Will from Bright Bazar. Such an inspiration. Though his personality is what fills my heart with smiles.
The trio from Heart Home Magazine was so friendly and full of humor. LOVE that!

Visiting the wonderful shop Lotta Agaton and Svensk Tenn. Such a contrast, both amazing!

Finally meeting Gudy from Eclectic Trends. My new sweet friend.
Meeting people you feel you have known all your life. Though actually only spent a few hours together.
It´s soul food, Caroline and Toni.
You know, my list could go on and on and on….

happy smiles + love

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G H O S T S

25
20

while writing a post
about my own
ghosts
I came over these

simply perfect
just like a ghost
should be

now I´m longing
for one

FROM THE DESIGNERS
Based on the ideas of the Japanese Shinto religion believing that everything in nature has a soul
a mountain rock, a plant, a pebble on the beach
Louise Gaarmann & Anders Arhøj
designed a wide range of ceramic figures and blew life into them

the small Ghosts inhabit your living space and are useful for many things
my favorite;
as company on a lonely night with no friends around to talk to

my true ghosts
will soon appear
on BY FRYD

J. xox

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} P L Y W O O D

I love this from Scandinavian Deko found through one of my favorite blogs A Merry Mishap // e n j o y //

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// C O C O N U T L O V E

last post was for the love of the quilt
this post is for the artwork
I´ve been a fan of Castle for a long time
but never mentioned them here

well,
now you know

// s m i l e

for the love of coconuts
do the cha cha

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