New old ways of baking in Tripoli

November 29, 2014

New old ways of baking in Tripoli On Monday, we got up super early (which at this time of the year, when darkness reigns, means before sunrise) to make our way north along the coast. Lebanon is a really tiny country, but still has 4.5 million people (plus an...

Thread by thread

November 7, 2014

Thread by thread Earlier this year, Karim and I spent time in a village on the outskirts of Dhaka: South Rupshie, where almost everyone lives from producing beautiful, handmade sari fabrics. The story was published in the Swedish magazine Hemslöjd, a publication on social and creative crafting and artistry....

No grey city

November 7, 2014

No grey city There are some things I remember more than others from my last time in Mexico City. The blue maize tlacoyos, the wide and green La Reforma, the wonderful huitlacoche, the metro, one of the friendliest yoga places I’ve practiced at – and street art. Really, this...