This is our version of a poster that we’ve seen around the neighborhood. Original words by Kristin Garvey of Madison Wisconsin. Please feel free to download and print for your own personal use. *not for commercial use.
Take a Stand! (leaving these here indefinitely).
Please feel free to download this 11×17 poster and print for your own personal use.
CLICK EACH IMAGE TO DOWNLOAD THE POSTERS.
How to download: click on each poster, the image will open in its own window (you might need to click again to make it full size). After that, drag the image to your desktop.
Important to note: these posters are for personal use only and are not available for any commercial purposes including any promotional use unless approved by me (Natalie) 🙂
We’re taking a well-deserved Summer-brainstorming-break.
The store will be closed until Aug 15.
We will re-open and re-stock our products – we can’t wait to share our new ideas with you!
See you in a couple of weeks.
We’re working on several new prints in the studio these days. This orange Chrysanthemum print is one of our latest creations! We’ve also added a new lovely Nakashento signature to our tea towels.We hope you enjoy this new print as much as we do.
Feeling Merry & Bright!
A whimsical holiday treat – little shadow boxes!
I hope you enjoy these little boxes of merriment as much as I do. There are several sizes to choose from (limited production, so once they are gone, …they’re gone). The last little box is small enough to fit on a bedside table or on a window ledge – it’s only 3 1/2 inches wide. After you remove the lid, you can use it as a snowy presentation stand!
These are all available now in our store.
Afternoon sketch session
Soon to be a print!
We’re posting some of our favorite things here – some of the things that we personally make and things that simply inspire us. We hope our pin board inspires you too. Pinterest – Nakashento
Just waiting for the ink to dry….
Yep – this is our first blog post!
We are just getting our shop up and running – so please forgive some of the dust and clambering about while we figure out how to make this place on the internet our own.