The bee’s knees

In HÅNDVÆRK bookazine no. 4, which has a plant-based theme, you can read about the pleasure of flowers and the utility of bees, among other issues. In the bookazine, you can also see photos of textile food wraps coated with beeswax.

The bookazine features beeswax food wraps from the socioeconomic Bistad and from ‘Bevar det vel’ [Preserve It Well].

The founder of ‘Bevar det vel’ is Anne B. Søbjørn, who is a trained conservator-restorer. For 20 years, she worked with the conservation of museum objects. She explains that apart from paintings, books and mounted animals (taxiderm), she has worked with the full range of materials one finds in a cultural history museum.

In 2019, the conservation workshop where she worked was closed. That became a crossroads and she began to work on waxed textiles for wrapping food. As with everything else, the initial step was product development and then followed production, marketing and sales. And today, her web shop is full of beautiful wraps.

the Maritime Museum of Denmark in Elsinore is announcing their OCEANISTA exhibition

Since Svend Bonde and he´s Glyngøre Shellfish today is honored as Royal Court Supplier,

Initially, S:KØN was just intended to be sold in my little tearoom at Kronborg Castle. But soon,

‘Please welcome KARL: a minimalist brush and dustpan set designed in metal and wood.’

She has done it again – Anne Fabricius Møller, who is behind Udstillingssted for Tekstil

HÅNDVÆRK bookazine no. 4, which has ‘plant-based’

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Rigetta Klint

Rigetta Klint, designer, writer and photographer about people, clothes, objects and food that give more to the world th…