We've been waiting for this pattern book to arrive in the post but it hasn't come yet and this is the first we've seen of it. ( Over at Print and Pattern ) Its got our Isak Tree print on the front! Hurray!
Thursday, 28 January 2010
Wednesday, 27 January 2010
Tuesday, 26 January 2010
So, Netta Marshall in San Fransisco - you think it's OK to copy us do you? I've got news for you. It's not! Not only is it unethical - it is also a criminal offence. So get a move on and get this piece off the Etsy web site because we know plenty of good copyright lawyers in Frisco.
Posted by ISAK at 19:20
This Korean based website was brought to our attention as it has clearly been ripping off ISAK designs and those of our European friends. We bring this to your attention to highlight this and that if you come across Design Dada you treat them in a suitable manner.
Posted by ISAK at 14:10
Monday, 25 January 2010
Saturday, 23 January 2010
Friday, 22 January 2010
We're waiting for the Fika cups to clear cusoms, they should arrive at the warehouse next week. We're waiting for the rain to stop. For spring to come. For summer to start. Is there any way you can turn the wait in to something positive? Or useful? There seems to be so much of it! The new tote bags are in stock though and all trays are now being packed in the new bags.
Posted by ISAK at 12:01
Tuesday, 19 January 2010
Sunday, 17 January 2010
Wednesday, 13 January 2010
Hello. It appears some people are having problems checking out of the ISAK website. If you are experiencing problems please give us a call on 01903 885380 or leave a comment below and we will get back to you. We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused and we know how frustrating it can be. Unfortunately computers are not always a beautiful happy thing!
Posted by ISAK at 11:40
Tuesday, 12 January 2010
Monday, 11 January 2010
Thursday, 7 January 2010
Kimono Wrap Top
The Isak and three Little Tree's clothing range is inspired by the story of Kaixavia.
"Once upon a time in a far away land called Kaixaviahthere lived a beautiful blue bird called Olive.
One sunny morning Olive awoke to thundering vibrations,
that nearly knocked her off her perch.
She looked up over the hill and saw a sea of angry red
bulldozers. They were chopping down all the trees!
If there were no trees left the land would die. The animals
would have nowhere to live, the children no place to play
and the wild berries no where to grow...
Much to Olive's delight two girls called Maya and Lily
heard her cries for help. Maya had a thought to save the land.
They would hide seeds in all the children’s clothing, so that
the children could plant the seeds to help re-grow the forest
and save Kaixaviah.
The children began to plant the seeds. Olive and the other animals came to help.
The forest slowlys tarted to grow and soon blossomed.
The land of Kaixaviah was saved!"
Story: Jaquie O’Sullivan & Kate Samson
Three Little Trees
Posted by ISAK at 10:10
Wednesday, 6 January 2010
Sunday, 3 January 2010
There was once a little girl who lived in the Land of the Midnight Sun, neighbouring the North Pole; a place where the Sun doesn’t set in the summer and doesn’t rise in the winter. The land was called Antarcticum and the little girl was a collector of secrets...
We'll make a downloadable version of this story at the Isak web page. You'll be able to find it shortly under Stories. Text and Illustration © Sandra Isaksson
Posted by ISAK at 14:47