These days we are working on a very fun new project, using left-over wood of older projects. We spent a really nice time together, finding and drawing all sorts of strange, sweet and funny animals, inspired by the curving shapes of the left-over pieces of wood we collected over time.
Last weekend a full-page article about us was published in Dutch national newspaper De Trouw. We were really fortunate to meet Dutch journalist Roos Menkhorst at The Maker Market in Amsterdam. She was interested in our work and asked to meet us for an interview. The article she wrote about us is part of a series called ‘Zelfgemaakt’ (handmade). This series tells how people turned their crafts into their jobs. You can read about the start of our business, our working process and our future plans.
We are attending more and more markets. Last month you could visit us at The Maker Market in Amsterdam and we will be there again next weekend. It is a place to buy unique products from local makers and original brands. The location is a former tram remise and also a national monument. In spring and summer we are planning to attend The Sunday Market, a monthly Art & Design market in the Westerpark in Amsterdam, and the Museum Market, held every month at the Museumplein in Amsterdam. These markets are a really nice opportunity to meet new people and to see directly how people react to our products.