Sunday, October 21, 2007

Shop


Shop
Originally uploaded by Wanda Harland
Photos at last! I took them with my phone, so I would apologise for the quality, but I'm actually quite surprised at how well they worked out, I suspect better than our proper camera would have taken.

We opened the doors for a short spell yesterday, and slightly longer today. It was fun, although without having told anyone we exist, it was a little quiet.

Now you can see what Black White looks like, definitely more white than black.

Here is a picture with oodles of notes, if you'd care to click through to flickr.

Shop

14 comments:

Kerry said...

I'm one of your blog stalkers. I am so proud of you. You have such a passion for life. Congratulations on your shop. Next time I'm in Petone I'll shop till I drop. You go girl!!!

Nikki (Mother of the Devil Child) said...

Darn it. I've found a few more things that are on my wishlist. Must start saving so I can come into your shop with wallet brandished. Those bags are beautiful. Argh. So... see you in 10 years?

Hana said...

So pretty! So colourful! Wonderful!

mitch said...

wow, the shop looks amazing! well done you and glen, can't wait to visit..

nix said...

Wow! Looks great. Another excuse to visit Wellington sometime soon ...

Cathi said...

I bought something! I bought something!

Amanda said...

wow the shop looks amazing...definitely a great achievement!!!

Rosiemunda said...

she's a stunner, good work. I'll have you know I was already a fan of 'black white' mum and I used it to paint out whole house once. It is the favourtie choice of art gallery owners apparently.

Emma said...

It looks fantastic!! How I wish I could visit! (And yes, I thought I recognized the messenger bags... from Olympia, Washington, yes?)

Stephen said...

Looking great. We'll be making a pilgrimage to Petone to check it out soon.

But how about posting the address, eh?

owens valley tomatohead said...

Many, many happy prosperous years!
We'll stock up on more Babylicious tees next time we're in NZ. The shop is tres cool looking!

Rosiemunda said...

oooh I must warn you (from experience) make sure you cut out the stamens from those pretty christmas lillies otherwise they will drop big orange blobs all over your fine stock and they are impossible to remove,

miss_seph said...

Congrats Lady!!! It looks great!!

Rachel said...

Congratulations Martha! The word is slowly spreading up Jackson Street that the elegant brown papered windows are now see-through. The photos look very enticing, see you soon!