Lucky Boy Sunday.

Monday, November 4, 2013

Lucky Boy Sunday products are carried in quite a few stores in my area, and I've always been a fan of the eccentric, offbeat personality of their toys and textiles (all made from alpaca wool).

I also love the way founders Camilla Ebdrup and Camilla Kørschen describe themselves on their site. Turns out, both were born in 1977 and have never enjoyed a sunlit birthday. When she was little, Ebdrup carved wooden men out of knives; Kørschen made pink marzipan roses and was a "childpriest" for having buried a multitude of deceased pets. Incredible.


Visit the Lucky Boy Sunday website, here. (Also, on another note, I'm excited to share photos from my weekend in a couple of days, along with a new POV post. How was your weekend?)

12 comments:

Natalie said...

They sound like Wes Anderson characters. I love the hand pillow, it reminds me of a drawing class I took in which we had to draw our hands and mine mysteriously had six fingers.

Hena Tayeb said...

so cute

Cary said...

Love their stuff with !

Kathy said...

That six-fingered hand reminds me of the six-fingered man from The Princess Bride :-)

Anonymous said...

so cute!

Shoko said...

Natalie, that is the best.

Kathy, I think that's what it's inspired by!

Morgan said...

I want that house pillow!

Ren said...

Oh my gosh, they are so cute! They look like they'd be really soft and cuddly, too. :)

Joy said...

Awesome! Super cute!

eleanor said...

great holiday gifts!

Camila Faria said...

Balthazar love: http://naomemandeflores.com/en/balthazar/

<3

little t said...

So so cute.

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