Category Archives: Design and Art

Flor Unikon in Helsinki, 17th-20th November 2011

The busy Christmas season began this weekend in our Helsinki workshop. We created a series of decorations for party and corporate events as well as decorating our workshop windows with seasonal lights, berries and candles. One of the events was … Continue reading

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Marylebone High Street Christmas Shopping Evening, 16th November

The village of Marylebone is one of London’s delightful treasures. To experience its chic boutiques, independent coffee bars and smart restaurants is something very special indeed. We therefore felt quite priviliged to be asked by Skandium, a contemporary furniture and household department store www.skandium.com/ , to … Continue reading

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Christmas Preview at New Covent Garden Flower Market, 2nd-3rd November 2011

This is an annual event at the Nine Elms Flower Market in the district of Vauxhall. We were pleased to be asked to take part at this year’s preview which promised to be bigger and better than ever. Tuesday 1st November: we … Continue reading

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Affordable Art Fair, 26th-30th October, Hampstead Heath

The Affordable Art Fair transferred to Hampstead Heath with a fantastic collection of new and familiar artists. Our wigwam installations fitted in beautifully amongst the forest like conditions of the heath; we also added a carpet of autumn leaves to create a … Continue reading

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Affordable Art Fair, Battersea 19th-23rd October 2011

We spent just under two days building our new installation for the front exterior. With this year’s art fair theme ‘Art and Nature’ buzzing in our heads we came up with our own highly creative interpretation ‘Wigwam Ponds’:  using a variety of … Continue reading

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Scandinavia Show, Earls Court, London, 8-9 October 2011

This is the second year running we have attended this event and pleased to report that this one was bigger and better. Over 5,000 visitors attended on day one alone. We were entertained by the Danish Gospel Choir, the Finnish Tango … Continue reading

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Art Exhibition at the Barn, Beckenham

We went to visit our resident artist Pippa Stacey www.pipstaceyglass.com at a new exhibition in Kent. Some of her recent amazing glass creations were on display, e.g. butterflies in healing gardens, favourite cat portraits, and a new fairy character. We fell in love … Continue reading

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Creative Open House and Spring Party

The very first open house for our street. A collective of artists, designers and businesses displayed a range of creative work from oil paintings, watercolours, ceramics, glassware, hand crafted jewellery and greetings cards.  In Wallace and Sewell, Peta Sweetie displayed … Continue reading

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Spring 2011 greeting cards

Our selection of handrawn and coloured cards by Paul Jokinen-Carter.        

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Nature Recycling at The Affordable Art Fair, March 2011

Flor Unikon at the Affordable Art Fair (AAF), Battersea Park – March 2011 We have had the honour again to decorate the external and internal spaces at the AAF in Battersea. The theme for this year’s fair was ‘recycling’ and … Continue reading

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