Paperphilia has installed the window display to commemorate Moleta Munro‘s first year in their London Street showrooms.
Armed with string, scissors and no tape measure, Rachel balanced on chairs and fiddled with knots until happy with the resulting hang and spin.
A lovely newsletter subscriber, in town for the festival, came to introduce herself (…and donated a Toblerone to the cause. Very welcome.) We chatted about workshops and rules and the temptations of Venice.
It was necessary to run in and out to see the effects from a distance and close up. Everything in the shop is scrummy. Whilst nothing was purchased this time, i have my eye on a reading lamp…(this one?)
Pop by for a drop in paper-folding session on 20th September between 2pm and 4pm. Wonder at origami possibilities, nibble on Danish delicacies and discuss your next creative adventure.
Grateful for the support provided by the calm and talented Rhiannon Connelly in the shape of documentary photographs and the inflating of origami boxes.
Thank you Moleta Munro for this anniversary commission.
Thank you kindly for the resulting well wishes and enquiries.
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