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Welcome to manos!


Phototgraphy: Naoko Akechi and Anna Kern

Opening hours

8-10th July open 11-6 pm

CLOSED 11th July - 1st August

After that open as usual:

Wednesday-Friday 11-6 pm
Saturday 11-6 pm
Sunday-Tuesday closed

manos is a shop with selected design and craft products located on Renstiernas gata 22 in the SOFO area of Stockholm, Sweden. manos is the creation of ceramic designer Karin Eriksson and it is my eclectic taste that is behind what you will find here. I like objects made in natural materials, produced in fair ways to both environment and people.

I hold ceramic courses in the workshop located behind the shop and one of the basement rooms is let out to workshops and events. The combination of shop and workshop makes manos a one-of-a-kind and creative meeting place.

To visit manos online or in the shop at Renstiernas gata should feel like discovering something very special. It should be inspiring and good for the soul. I hope you feel welcome here as often as you like - my wish is that you discover something special every time!


Karin Eriksson

Latest items in the shop

Vendor: Karin Eriksson
Type: Ceramics
Price: 325.00

A beautiful votive candle holder, cast thinly in bone china, a translucent material that makes the holders glow when a little candle burns inside. The soft glow spreads a calm and beautiful atmosphere in any environment which makes for a great gift even for those difficult to buy something to.

Bone china is a very strong material so even though it’s really thin, the candle holder is actually very strong. The pattern is originally sewn with the sewing machine on paper. After that the image is screen printed and fired into the ceramic surface.

Designer / maker: Karin Eriksson. Karin is the founder of manos and she has her ceramics studio at the back of the shop. Karin has a BA (hons) in ceramic design from Central St Martins University of Art and Design in London. 

Size (h x w): 6 x 5 cm (2.4 x 2 inches). 

Material: bone china

Care: Wash by hand with hot water and washing up liquid. If wax is spilled inside the votive holder, simply pour hot water in it and it will come off.


Vendor: Karin Eriksson
Type: Ceramics
Price: 325.00

Cast thinly in bone china, a translucent material that makes the holders glow when a little candle burns inside. Bone china is a very strong material so even though it’s really thin, the candle holder is actually very strong.The image is screen printed with porcelain paint and fired into the ceramic surface. Designed by swedish ceramic designer Karin Eriksson and made in the UK.

Size (h x w): 6 x 5 cm (2.4 x 2 inches). 

Material: Bone china

Care: The votive holder should be washed with hot water and washing up liquid.


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Events & Courses

 

Burmanform  is inviting Akie Tsuzuki a bookbinder / designer from Nagoya, Japan and organizing workshops 3 times in Stockholm.

 It can be a really unique chance to learn her own binding techniques and style for her hand bookbinding works!

Please reserve your place by messenger or e-mail to mihiro@burmanform.se Then we send back a confirm your attendance and information about the payment.

About the workshop:

It’s an adhesive-free binding inspired by Japanese traditional ”retch so” binding.

 It opens very flat and we use fishing line which is very thin but strong and hardly visible.

 You’ll see the holes on the back and design the position of the holes with the different sizes of hole-punch.

 I will bring the text blocks and participants can choose the papers for the front and back cover.

Date : 26 April, Sunday    10am-5pm

 Costs : 1,100kr. (material costs with a drink)

 Instructor : Akie Tsuzuki

 Participants : Bookbinders, graphic designers, interested people with previous knowledge

 Language : English

 Tools : pencils, paper cutter cutting mat, ruler, scissor, hole punch and weight

 

These japanese book arts workshops are organized by Burmanform 

For more information 
www.burmanform.se
0762893921 
instagram @ burmanform

 

Burmanform  is inviting Akie Tsuzuki a bookbinder / designer from Nagoya, Japan and organizing workshops 3 times in Stockholm.

 It can be a really unique chance to learn her own binding techniques and style for her hand bookbinding works!

Please reserve your place by messenger or e-mail to mihiro@burmanform.se Then we send back a confirm your attendance and information about the payment.

About the workshop:

Interlocking tab album is created by Hedi Kyle who is a German-born American book artist and I was taught

by her at Centro del bel Libro, Ascona.

This book structure is interlocked with the tabs of each pages, so it is very important to keep the tabs oriented

top and bottom relative to one another. Using cover-weight paper and all pages will be double-leaved.

And it will help you to organize frames of pictures, collecting papers and dried flowers and leaves.

 

Date : 25 april, Saturday 10am-5pm ( one hour lunch break)

Costs : 1,100kr. (material costs with a drink)

Instructor : Akie Tsuzuki

Participants : all people who are interested in paper, graphic designers, architects, artists, Bookbinders, graphic designers

Language : English

Tools : pencils, paper cutter cutting mat, ruler and scissor

 

These japanese book arts workshops are organized by Burmanform 

For more information 
www.burmanform.se
0762893921 
instagram @ burmanform

 

 

Burmanform  is inviting Akie Tsuzuki a bookbinder / designer from Nagoya, Japan and organizing workshops 3 times in Stockholm.

 It can be a really unique chance to learn her own binding techniques and style for her hand bookbinding works!

Please reserve your place by messenger or e-mail to mihiro@burmanform.se Then we send back a confirm your attendance and information about the payment.

About the workshop:

In this class, we will take the first steps into the craft of bookbinding with bonefolder and teflon folder.

Both tools are bookbinder’s most foundational tools and we will practice how to fold papers precisely.

First, we will make an envelope and then ’square to square’ card and ’Turkish map fold’ card.

I’ll bring papers from Japan and we will show how rich the possibilities and developments folding out of

a single sheet of paper. These samples can be used for greeting and invitation cards.

 About Akie :

 born in 1979.

 studied bookbinding in France from 2001-2002.

 after graduating from Tama art university in Tokyo,

 worked with German bookartist Veronika Schäpers

 and started designing and binding books.

 

 in 2007, undertook ten months study at

 Centro del bel Libro, Ascona, in Switzerland.

 giving bookbinding workshop in Tokyo since 2008.

 and making books as ananas press with Nobuko Yamamoto.

 in 2011, start working in Nagoya.

 

Date : 23 April, Thursday 5pm - 8pm

Costs : 700kr. (material costs with a drink)

Instructor : Akie Tsuzuki

Participants : all people who are interested in paper, graphic designers, architects, artists

Language : English

Tools : pencils, paper cutter cutting mat, ruler and scissor

These japanese book arts workshops are organized by Burmanform 
For more information 
www.burmanform.se
0762893921 
instagram @ burmanform
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