Monday, March 7, 2011

Sunshine Park Workshop

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Today I helped out at the Sunshine to you workshop at Rocket Gallery! It was such a lovely afternoon. Together we made a park out of fabric pieces from Sunshine to You, and paper pieces from Hello Sandwich HQ!

Kihara-san is super talented. Her beautiful zine was also in the Girls Zine book that Hello Sandwich was featured in. Kihara-san makes many beautiful products including garments, bags and these amazing picnic mats. She also screen prints her own gorgeous fabrics. You can see Kihara-san's full range of products here.

ありがとうきはらーさん!今日とても楽しかったです!


Here is a little video I made of the workshop.





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Adorable letter set containing seeds to grow vegetables!

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The talented Nakamura-san made this bookshelf (and the above hut roof) from recycled timber. And at the end of the day he also made us all hotcakes!


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ありがとうなかむらさん!おいしかったです!


I hope you all had a lovely weekend!

Love Love
Sandwich
xoxo

17 comments:

  1. oh it looks so great and kawaii again. so many great things happening in tokyo. i think i met kihara-san last summer, quickly. it feels like a small world sometimes, even in tokyo. have a great spring time there, not so long until hanami!

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  2. The creative scene there is just amazing! Are those tree logs in the first image cushions? Way cute!

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  3. yes, lovely weekend here in NYC... but waaaay less crafty than yours!
    Lovely gallery! :>

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  4. what a fantastic workshop..I love the little drawings on the wall, and those little cakes..It's fantastic how your blog makes me want to live in Japan

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  5. Looks like a lot of fun and the baby was really cute!!

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  6. totally gorgeous! love the black and white trees, the non-table service and the little boxes for the hotcakes!!!

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  7. I love this!! I wish I could tele stransport myself over there. haha That or invent some magical place like this near my house. The "non-table" photographs are my fav. <3

    xo
    Fi

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  8. So inspiring!!! Their creations are so beautiful. I gasped when I saw the tree stumps in the background!

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  9. i'm so happy I came across your blog! I love your fun photos and your blog seems to exude so much energy. really inspiring! :)

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  10. Those hotcakes look to die for! Delicious!

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  11. These are so pretty! it's Kumiko nice to meet you on last Saturday. Your blog is totally lovely and interesting :)

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