Maxi postcard of a stork, printed and cut by Kata Kata, the maker of katazome textile, a Japanese traditional dyeing technique.
Maxi postcard of a tiger, printed and cut by Kata Kata, the maker of katazome textile, a Japanese traditional dyeing technique.
The L size allows one to put photos and postcards. You can even use this to include a short message for a gift you will be giving, and even put receipts and post stamps for organizing purpose.
The act of coiling up the string when closing the envelope will deepen the sender’s affection towards what’s inside, and the act of opening the envelope will definitely bring a sense of excitement to the receiver.
Les éditions de La Capte is an illustration of the life in Hyères using South of France color swatches by the graphic designer Rémi Bertola.
The forecourt of Villa Noailles and its breathtaking view over the city...
Villa Noailles is a manifesto of modern architecture built in the 1920's by Robert Mallet-Stevens for Marie-Laure and Charles de Noailles.