Retro No 6, 2015
Stig Lindbergs playful 60s dinnerware Pynta and Pall, daybeds from the 30s and 50s and pressed glass collection Reffa with it's very typical 50s look are some of the treats is this issue. It also includes an article on a Swedish Christmas specialty, the electric candelabra.
Retro No 2, 2015
The fantastic 60s tableware Berså from Gustavsberg and Finnish designer Timo Sarpanevas 40 different sets of glasses are two of the highlights of our April issue. It also includes a guide to Stockholm, 70s dresses by Hans Krondahl and Katja of Sweden and Danish Good Luck Trolls.
Retro No 1, 2015
Have a close look at the playful surrealism of Stig Lindberg's earthenware series Karneval, at the bold flower textile prints by Ritva Wahlström, and the 50s furniture range Triva from Swedish department store NK. This issue also offers you a guide to the best retro sports and flea markets in Hamburg, as well as more than hundred funny and nostalgic household utensils marketed by the long gone brand Nilsjohan.
Retro-Klassiker Tove Jansson
A complete guide in Swedish to the magic world of Tove Jansson. Everything about the Moomins – the books, figurines, mugs, dolls, comics, tv-series and films. With price guides! And also Tove Janssons painting, illustrations and more. A visits to her studio in Helsinki and her cottage in the archipelago. Outside Sweden the Moomin issue is only available in AppStore.
Retro-Klassiker Lisa Larson
132 pages dedicated to Lisa Larson and her ceramics, from the 50s and onwards. Interviews, photos from her home and from her studio, and most importantly a complete guide to her ceramic series produced by Gustavsberg and Keramikstudion, as well as 150 unique pieces. Outside Sweden this issue is only available in AppStore.
furniture: Long, low and of exotic wood. That is how a sideboard should look in the 50s and 60s. In our guide there are 33 sideboards designed by, amongst others, Nils Jonsson at Troeds and Arne Vodder at Danish Sibast Møbler. Photo: Lauritz.com
GLASs: Easy to be tempted by our survey of stripy glass designed by Bengt Orup for Johansfors glassworks: Party, Strikt, Strike, Bar and Chevalier. Photo: Bukowskis Market
furniture: In the 70s, the armchair was going to fulfil the promise of a more flexible way of living. We found 68 great examples in Ikea catalogues from this decade. Photo: Ikea