A List of Five Hundred Books by Scandinavians and About Scandinavia (Classic Reprint): American-Scandinavian Foundation
Jorid Linvik´s Big Book of Knitted Mittens: 45 Distinctive Scandinavian Patterns: Jorvid Linvik
Get Scandi-cool with the Danish queen of minimal Scandinavia has long been the home of outstanding interior design and classic fashion brands like Acne Studios, Rains and Filippa K. But no one personifies modern Danish cool as well as fashion industry stylist, blogger and model Pernille Teisbaek. In her gorgeous first book Pernille offers professional tips on how to create a minimalist wardrobe and look, mix and match patterns successfully, adopt androgynous looks or new colour combinations, try out new materials and mix fabrics, plus plenty of timeless fashion advice such as a jeans-fit guide and essential Dos and Don´ts. Her beauty chapter reveals Pernille´s capsule survival kit and how to achieve her natural look. Pernille also covers pared-back Scandinavian home design with an eye on balancing elegant simplicity and minimalism with inviting homeliness and warmth, or hygge, and inspirational pictures. A perfect gift for all Scandi lovers and anyone wanting insider advice from one of fashion´s most stylish experts.
Scandinavian Designers at Work is a book about design ; but even more so it´s a book about people: young designers from the North with a passion for their work and clear vision on life. Passion is not only the subject of this book ; but also the force that brought it into being ; that ; and courage. The makers are Jessy Van Durme and Piet Albert Goethals ; who made a unique journey through Denmark ; Sweden ; Norway and Finland. It was a journey with a mission: Jessy and Piet Albert didn´t just want to see Scandinavia ; they wanted to experience it ; focusing on their passion for the far North ; photography ; beautiful things in general and interior design in particular. They therefore mapped out their journey via the homes of various young Scandinavian designers who they wanted to get to know: Lars Rank (Copenhagen) - Simon Key Bertman (Stockholm) - Jonas Wagell (Stockholm) - Nathalie Ladhenmäki (Helsinki) - Kristine Five Melvaer (Oslo)- Sami Kallio (Gothenburg) - Kristine Bjaadal (Oslo) - Morten & Jonas (Bergen) - Knudsen Berg Hindenes (Bergen) - Katriina Nuutinen (Joensuu) - Louise Hederström (Malmö) - Maija Puoskari (Helsinki) - Form Us With Love (Stockholm) - Susanna Vento (Helsinki) - Sophia Lithell (Malmö) - Siren Elise Wilhemsen (Bergen) - Mika Tolvanen (Helsinki) Piet Albert and Jessy visited the workshops ; houses and apartments of these designers and made personal portraits of the people behind the product. This book is an account of inspiring encounters ; it´s about personalities ; sources of inspiration and vision for design and heritage
´´With its bleak urban environments, psychologically compelling heroes and socially engaged plots, Scandinavian crime writing has captured the imaginations of a global audience in the 21st century. Exploring the genre´s key themes, international impact and socio-political contexts, Scandinavian Crime Fiction guides readers through such key texts as Steig Larsson´s Millennium trilogy, Henning Mankell´s Wallander books and TV series such as The Killing. Including guides to further reading and online resources to help readers explore the genre for themselves, this book is essential for readers, viewers and fans of contemporary crime writing. ´´--
The Englishman and the Scandinavian:Or, a Comparison of Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse Literature (Classic Reprint) Frederick Metcalfe