Poppykalas is run by Thilde Maria, who, after 15 years of working with performing arts and a master in Modern Culture and Culture, has returned to flowers. Her grandmother was a flower painter and taught her everything about flowers and the curation of it. The name Poppykalas comes from the poppies growing in the fields of her grandmother’s farm and kalas means celebration in Swedish and most often flowers are used to celebrate something. Poppykalas wants to stage flowers in a different way that challenges the usual way of arranging flowers and the interaction with them. Based on art history, popular culture and especially Japan, Poppykalas has over time found its very own distinctive extravagant style. Poppykalas wishes to celebrate the sensibility of flowers in many different tailor-made formats.
Københavns Plantefarveri is a natural dye studio located in Copenhagen. The studio is run by designer and natural dyer Maja Lund Hvidtfeldt. The studio’s botanical dyeing techniques are modern, experimental and innovative, and builds on in-depth studies of various techniques and materials, that Maja learned from artisans on her travels around the world. When using natural dyes, it is possible to avoid toxic chemicals in the production, resulting in a sustainable textile returning to nature as pure compost material. Københavns Plantefarveri wants to showcase sustainable slow fashion and the value of timeless, no-season garments. The studio creates hand dyed luxurious textiles in highest quality with a clothing line called MINDEKLÆDER.
Mater Earth Gallery has a small collection of the MINDEKLÆDER clothing line and has collaborated with Københavns Plantefarveri to develop linen napkins and tablecloths dyed by different kinds of food.
Meyer-Lavigne is a Danish design duo founded by the two ceramic artists Kristine Meyer and Sabine Lavigne, both graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Meyer-Lavignes work range from their production in porcelain, to their work with unique cross-over pieces, where they explore the mix between art and design. Besides working with ceramic, Meyer-Lavigne creates prints and collages with a focus on colour and form.
At Mater Earth Gallery we sell the Treasure Bowls and other ceramic objects of Meyer-Levigne, specially and exclusively handmade for us.
Studio Marianne Viktor stands for bold, handmade, sustainable Scandinavian design pieces that tell a story. Their belief is that what you have in your space transforms it. Making the everyday activities special, every day. Touchable shapes and materials with handcrafted attention to detail is core to their approach. That’s why they work tirelessly to create functional objects that are as striking and playful to look at, as they are delightful to use. Crafted pieces imbued with a modern mindset, for life.
For the Mater Earth Gallery, Marianne Viktor made the Rocco tableset in tree different shades of green and some pieces from her handmolded collection.
Mette Duedahl is a Danish ceramic designer who graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Design on Bornholm in 2011. Mette Duedahl originally trained as a photographer, but felt an element was lacking for her to convey aesthetics in the way she wanted. The focal point of Mette Duedahl’s work is her workshop. This is where she can develop new products and try them out in smaller scales before they are set into production and released into a larger market.
Mater Earth Gallery sells the LAND collection of Mette Duedahl. All LAND products have been designed with peace and presence in mind. Inspired by everyday needs, Mette Duedahl has designed a series of simple, timeless and durable products that make clear references to the colours and surfaces found in nature. With their clean lines and understated aesthetics, LAND products are presented in the simplicity of what they really are; pieces of processed nature with user-friendly qualities that enable them to exist as favourite household items for many years to come.
Tina Marie’s workshop in Copenhagen, is where everything is developed. In the creation of ceramic pieces, her aim is to develop a mix of materials and surfaces that gives the most sensuous experience. Subtle silhouettes with unpretentious details, caused by the ceramic processes and materials. Shaded color combinations and vivid surfaces plays the most important role. You will find slight imperfections and marks, which tells about the process of creation, contributing to the uniqueness and beauty of the forms and which are part of the character of the individual handmade piece.
Mater Earth Gallery has a beautiful collection of bowls, vases and teapots by Tina Marie.
Clémence Wambergue is a French architect and self-thought chef, raised in the French countryside and educated from Architecture School La Villette in Paris. She brings together her design background with her love for food into an Art de Vivre, that is authentic, alive, honest and reachable. Her practise draws inspirations and references from her never-ending explorations at the farm, her eagerness at the large family table, her parent’s art of receiving and taste for detail and dedicated work. She is based in Copenhagen and works on projects and event involving space, interior, design, food and lifestyle.
Mater Earth Gallery collaborates with Clémence both as a chef and designer. Our first exhibition Le Déjeuner Sur l’Herbe was styled by Studio Clémence Wambergue and as part of the exhibition, we will host one of Clémence her dinner events Ne Pleure Plus.
Nagelsbjerg Vin is a small producer of premium sparkling apple wines and ciders. The apples originate from a couple of abandoned orchards on Sealand, and from wild trees growing in the landscape of Nord Sealand. The resulting fruit is sparse and often small and irregular, but always intensely flavored and perfect for winemaking. In the winery the philosophy is to do as little as possible, but intervening when necessary, to ensure that the potential of the fruit is carried all the way to the final wine. The wines are elegant and clean with a focus on the purest expression of the fruit. Nagelsbjerg Vin has been awarded both best Danish sparkling apple wine and traditional cider. Behind it all from apple to glass is Jens Peter Bak who is an educated artist now devoting himself to the art of applewinemaking.
Mater Earth Gallery serves Nagelsjberg Vin on different events and occasions.
Cocoon Tea Artisans is born out of the love for tea. There are many reason why they love tea. There are the endless aromas and flavours that you’ll never get tired of exploring. There are the vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that the original tea plant Camellia Sinensis has to offer the body. And last but not least, there’s the calming effect on the mind. At Cocoon Tea Artisans they use only the best ingredients in order to make you, your body and your mind happy. That’s why all of their teas are organic and free from the very bad pesticides. Their mission is to make it easier to bring organic quality tea into your daily routine. That’s why their teas are crafted in pyramid "silk" bags to avoid mess and protect our fine blends – just like a real cocoon.
At Mater Earth Gallery we are happy to be one of Cocoon Tea Artisans’ retailers. We also host tea tastings and explore the use of the tea herbs in our Ne Pleure Plus dinner.
In The Organic Company, they work with organic cotton as it matters. They make thorough design as they believe in the-less-but-better-way-of-living. Honesty, transparency and an ambitious wish to make a difference is a rock solid foundation for the company, founded by entrepreneur Joy Vasiljev in 2007. Since then, the company has developed a collection of organic textiles for the home, which includes textiles for the bath, kitchen, children, bags, meditation and blankets. All products are made of organic cotton and certified with the international organic standard GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard). This standard focuses on 2 major areas; environment and social responsibility, and guarantees that all fabrics are free from toxins and heavy metals, and international workers rights are respected.
Mater Earth Gallery has a collection of towels and kitchen textiles of The Organic Company.
Humdakin is a new Danish brand located in Aarhus. They are dedicated to offer a versatile selection of household and hand care products inspired by the Danish shores and forests. All of their products contain Nordic ingredients including sea buckthorn, chamomile and salvie, all of which will grant a pleasant and long lasting scent while being gentle on the skin and our planet. Their textile collection is made of GOTS and OEKO-TEX certified organic cotton and is inspired by Camilla’s grandmother and the techniques from the 1950s. All of Humdakin’s products are manufactured at factories under proper working conditions.
Mater Earth Gallery has a colourful collection of towels, dishcloths, soaps and fragrances of Humdakin.
MOIMOI makes bags for clean, modern lines. Bags that you can use over the years, leave for a while and then use them again. They believe in traditional craftsmanship and high quality materials to produce sustainable leather bags. Their mission is to produce locally, support small companies and pay fair salaries for their products and materials production. They design all our products in Helsinki and produce them in Spain and Finland. They will always keep their production inside EU to ensure they know everyone involved in the production chain. Every product tells where it has been produced to keep things transparent. All their products are made with artisanal techniques and vegetal tanned leather.
Mater Earth Gallery sells a beautiful collection of leather bags in different sizes and colours.