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H magazine
Did I ever tell that I studied and lived in Spain for a year when I was seven/eighteen? Well, it's not very interesting to know, especially given the fact that I've lost a lot of my ability to speak and understand Spanish. But that doesn't make it less nice that my ceramics are featured in this really, really cool Spanish magazine called H magazine. And even better that I sort of understand what the underlines say... (Though it's usually not that hard to guess... You can usually be pretty sure that the lines aren't saying 'this is the ugliest stuff we've ever seen, don't ever buy it!' or something like that ;))
Well, to be honest I don't really understand all of it... Anyone who knows what 'el rasca-rasca' means? ;) (In: 'Si lo tuyo no es el rasca-rasca...')


lemelimelodeval on 2009-11-01 18:44
"Rasca" means scratch, rasca-rasca stands for scratch-card game.
The article basically says "If it is not your thing to play scratch-card game, you can always purchase these hand-decorated ceramics by Ninavorm which is a young Dutch designer. All of the pieces are uniques and her catalogue includes plates, bowls, cups and tea pots. "
I do not quite understand why they are referring to scratch-card game but on the article about Yael Fran decals they are also mentionning it.
Hope I have been of some help.

Nina on 2009-11-01 18:52
@ lemelimelodeval: Thanks a lotfor translating! Though now the meaning of the sentence it's still a bit of a mystery... ;)
ingrid on 2009-11-01 21:38
¡lo maravilloso!
Alexandra on 2009-11-02 13:28
congratulations!! your artwork looks wonderful!
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My name is Nina, I'm a ceramics and paperwares designer and mom of Rosa and Julie. This blog is about making, living, liking, loving and so much more!

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