Presale

Organic Cotton Tapestry ‘What Matters’ – LIMITED EDITION

249,00 199,00

Handmade in Europe

80 x 140cm

‘It doesn’t really matter how many glimpses of light you had
What matters is if you are open for the ones to come
The ones that happen right here, just now’

Botany artwork: authentic early 1900’s vintage illustration

PRESALES – order until 28 February – shipped end March

LIMITED EDITION – Each of the 100 pieces available are numbered and hand-signed by the artists. Edition guarantee: at term of the edition no further pieces will be made available. Price evolves upward as the edition advances.

Words by Peter Moreno

Peter is a creative visionary who dares to put words to those emotions that deeply move us in life. His poems are rooted in sincere spirituality that is only reached in moments of profound personal transformation. Every poem reflects a point of inflexion in Peter’s life and therefore the kind of energy that these poems share is both authentic and grounded. Alongside his personal journey, Peter offers his creativity in multinational companies helping them to design and deliver agile transformations. He aims to influence the wellbeing of many families by generating greater places to work.

PRODUCT DETAILS

Handmade in Europe

Height 80cm
Width 140cm

100% organic cotton (GOTS-certified)
Printed with eco-friendly inks

Hand wash, iron low on reverse

Design by Hanna Kuikka

Hanna Kuikka, founder of Nowlicious, is a creative, an avid student of life and an inner researcher. She loves to explore what she calls the Art of Creating our Heaven on Earth, and translate it into words, images and everyday products. Her all-time favourites design and photo/videography have lately found a new companion from forró dancing. A light-lover at heart, she is moved when discovering the essence and true beauty of people and things - and claims that it can be found behind-the-scenes even in the deepest of conflicts. "What is really going on here?" is her favourite question.

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