Monday, July 27, 2009

Fada Moranga loves canopies!

A tent canopy is a perfect hideaway for dreaming, reading, or playing house!

It is the perfect place for little knights and princesses to hold court.

A magical retreat in which to find peace and quiet!

Haba Toys

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Fada Moranga loves Lili Scratchy!

Lili Scratchy is a French mother of 3: Félix, Lison and Rose.
She is also an illustrator for Seuil Jeunesse Editors, Thierry Magnier, a creator and maker of toy games for Djeco, a textile designer for Du Pareil au Même...
She also loves to paint on yogurt pots, pebbles and corks.
She is madly in love with ceramics and pottery!
She lives in Montreuil , France.


Her Shop:

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Monday, July 13, 2009

Fada Moranga loves Rui Paes!

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Munkebakken House

with his italian Whippet Zaffira

Rui Paes is a Portuguese artist, born in Mozambique. He studied at the Escola de Belas Artes in Oporto and completed an M.A. in painting at the Royal College of Art in London. He now lives in London and Suffolk.

His work, which includes murals and designs for the theatre, is represented in private collections throughout the world, including the historical
Munkebakken house in Oslo, Norway. Lotsa de Casha written by Madonna was his first illustrated book.

Rui was 7 when he was given a box of crayons and started to draw. He escaped to his secret little island, his hideaway, where he would draw and stay for hours. At home, Rui and his siblings could draw on the walls with a piece of chalk (his parents had painted the corridor walls in black).

Animals puzzled him and he had quite a few that lived close to his house. He used to carry a sweet little squirrel inside his shirt almost everywhere. Monkeys were the most intriguing to him – “their hands are so animated and expressive - and when you catch their eye you really expect to hear a little voice telling you something funny or, sometimes, quite profound.”

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Kimono Babies!

What could possibly happen

if a Japanese kimono made a trip to New York?

That is the story that Emily Wang tells us through her designs!

She combines traditional Japanese designs and prints with a modern style.

Shop for babies and kids from 0-6 years

Saturday, July 04, 2009

Fada Moranga loves Woodling Faeries!

“There is a special part in The Whisper Wood,
the vegetation in this part is very dense
and it is a bit misty and humid.

There are lots of beautiful ferns
and all kinds of green coloured mosses lie
as a warm carpet on the forest ground.

In this magical part humans are rarely seen,
but if you should ever find yourself in these parts,
and if you are very, very quiet,
you might just catch a glimpse
of a tiny Woodling Faerie Leaf Baby.

Often it lies all curled up
in an old bird’s nest
or sometimes hanging in its Woodling Faerie Cocoon.

And if you are very lucky
you can even see them playing with other Woodling Faeries. “

more of Charles Stephan's art


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