Large Bird pillow by Shelly Klein of K Studio, a mother-daughter company. The cover is made of 100% organic cotton; the filling of natural feathers (90%) and down (10%). Available from Branch.
Colore Pillow by Elsie Arenlind, in wool felt. Available from Scandinavian Grace.
Embroidered Pillow in White. Handmade by artisans in Transylvania, Romania, through a collective that works to both preserve traditional Romanian handicrafts and to provide jobs for women so they can stay home and raise their children. Available from Branch.
Large Elephant Cushion Cover by Warris Viani, from Pedlars. Made of 100% cotton. The design is based on an Indian matchbox.
Friday, February 15, 2008
The Pillowig is described by its creator JooYoun Paek as "...a hand-made wearable pillow that comforts people during the tired moments in daily life." JooYoun's Pillowig fans were so enthusiastic that they staged a group performance piece at the Old Palace in Seoul. Wish I could have seen that––it sounds like a lot of fun. Find out more here. Via someone (I bookmarked this a while ago, and can't remember where I first saw it). But finding it did inspire me to blog about pillows today ...