Wellington illustrator and toymaker Minu Freitag works with a wide variety of materials and techniques to form her whimsical creations. Her engaging, anthropomorphic characters and scenes are based on traditional archetypes: the unwilling (grumpy) and lonely hero, the companion on a journey, and the dangers and shadows of the past, present and future. Yet, even though her characters are often dark and melancholic, they emit something strangely positive and uplifting.
We love these paper flowers and plants from new Felt maker Infinity Paper Bloom, inspired by the beauty of nature and clearly made with lots of creativity and love. Made of high quality crepe paper and other materials, they’ll make great presents and decorations, and put a smile on anyone’s face.
We think these origami hearts and place cards from Fold by Addi3 are a sweet way to sort your place settings at your wedding reception
Marrying soon? How about a beautiful everlasting paper bouquet from Catalina?