You know you're a cute little heartbreaker

Foks is a unique and original Celapiu design. It is a handcrafted fox-shaped scarf, a witty accessory and pro-eco manifesto at the same time. Fokses come in two different lengths: the short one has a flat, ‘run over by a roller’ look, and a special clip, that helps to adjust it around your neck. The long one has a 3-D stuffed head and paws, is almost 2-meter-long and can be worn in many different ways including a thick, rich scarf and a wrap-around warmer.

title: Jimi Hendrix, Foxy Lady.

Andy Peutherer


Andy Peutherer: I am a Scottish artist and Photographer. My landscape work featured here is based on the spectacular scenery of The Scottish western Isles, Scottish highlands and the Hebriden Islands such as The Isle of Skye, the Uists, Lewis and Harris. I have a great passion for the landscape and natural history of Scotland which has led me to attempt to capture the almost surreal elements of the Scottish landscape, weather and wildlife. My paintings are created with mixed media such as spray paint, acrylic, emulsion and ink which are used together with self taught techniques to illustrate the wild, unpredictable and spectacular nature of the land and sky. I strive to create images which have a more original style than traditional water colours and oils.

Beau Hawn


Beau Hawn: I have been working with glass for 11 years fulltime , I love glasswork so much , I have had so many wonderful experiences as a glass artist, making beads is very fun , I have also made Large Furnace Blown vessels and sculptures while I lived in Corning , NY {the crystal city} I worked at the Corning Museum of Glass and took many great classes there. I was always interested in glass and just decided to pursue the artform when I was 23.



On Soup

If I were willing to buy them my husband would eat Campbell’s condensed soups every day for lunch during the fall and winter months. And probably a few times a week for dinner. The man loves condensed soup. If I plan to buy canned soup for any reason, he actually requests it.

“Don’t get the extra chunky stuff.” he’ll say, “Some of the regular stuff that I can add water to is just fine.”

Unfortunately for Campbell’s soup company I tend not to agree. No matter how badly I want to oblige I will stand befuddled in front of the canned soup section trying to choose even one can for what seems like an eternity. Always, I go home empty handed.


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