Twin Peaks day, Diane 11:30, February 24th


TWIN PEAKS DAY


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“Diane, 11:30 am, February 24th. Entering the town of Twin Peaks. It’s 5 miles south the Canadian border, 12 miles west of the state line. Never seen so many trees in my life.”

To celebrate the day Agent Cooper arrived in town, I created a new batch of tote bags. They are all hand-painted, hand-embroidered unique pieces.
The emblematic characters and objects from the serie, embroidered in a vivid red, are encircled by the black and white herringbone pattern of the Red Room floor. (more…)

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The Forever : embroidered patches and totes


THE FOREVER : EMBROIDERED PATCHES AND TOTE BAGS


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With The forever serie, I chose to pay tribute to some beloved characters, killed by their creator or who passed away along with their performer.

The first five characters are all women : Ruth Fisher, Bettina, Poussey Washington, Aunt Ida and Margaret Lanterman, aka the wonderful Log lady. However Dears, be sure that Omar Little will join this little embroidered assembly pretty soon.

Those declarations of love are declined in unique pieces for the tote bags and limited edition for the patches.

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The truth is out there : six months special


THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE : SIX MONTHS SPECIAL


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Let’s carry on backwards the new category The Specials with the X Files tote bag, The truth is out there Special, created for the six months of IIWADD ! and the coming of summer.

I was a child when the show arrived in France and even if the episodes that marked me the most at the time, definitively have an Ed Wood’s touch and do not afraid me now — I am thinking about Quagmire for instance (season 3, episode 22) — I still keep myself away from air ducts after an episode with Eugene Tooms and the morbid atmosphere of Home (season 4, episode 2) staging the Peacock Family still gets me and always will.
Unlike the terrible adaptation of Stephen King’s It — aired on the French television at the same time — to which I also owe a few nightmares, I think that The X Files has globally aged well and even though the anarchical programming here in France and the nested plots made me stop following the show before the end, I am sure going to meet again with Mulder and Scully next week for the new season. (more…)

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