The year of the rooster is coming ! Guess who's ready !!
Latitude 22N for Tribute Hotel
Guten Tag! Papier Tigre is expanding in Berlin
Did you Know ?
The Milori Soap of LE BAIGNEUR is named after the first Montreuil factory opened in 1827 at 261 rue de Paris. Since then, Montreuil has never stopped welcoming new factories...
VARIOPINTE new set of mini sauce containers is now available !
Le Baigneur for American Vintage
Congratulations to Tim Webber for the store opening in Auckland !
Spotted : David Trubridge at the Green Product Award Exhibition 2015 !
Le Baigneur is in Start me up as
"The mordern man and the sea, Le Baigneur brings a new wave of Beauty balm and supports the seashore with sustainanble style. "
Tim Webber design new store in New Zealand !
Alki for Banka Museum
Papier Tigre in Milk Japan
Alki for BarentsKrans Offices, Netherlands
A Japanese Kendama by Papier Tigre is like a cup-and-ball game – but better. This very nice toy is made in Japan in very traditional workshops and help the people injured by the latest big earthquake. Arrigato!
Hello card by Papier Tigre !
Inspiration board of California by Macon & Lesquoy !
Tim Webber - June 2015
Le Baigneur is now in the USA at the Mohawk General Store in L.A !
The making of "Peel" - a free standing coat rack. This is the first product to come out of New Zealand furniture makers, The Earnerst Workshop. Design by Dan Gillingham and crafted by Lyndsay Fake. See the crafting of Peel; machining to devide a single piece of timer into three, steam bending and then reassembling to create this elegant furniutre piece. Filmed and edited by Quinn O'Connel. Track by Tiny Ruins- "Old as the Hills" The Earnest Workshop - www.theew.co.nz
Casalis in Elle décoration
Our Nature Men selection !
Click and print the Papier Tigre Origami !
Click me - Papier Tigre interview in French
Bloom tatoos presents Wild, an autumn story.
A movie by Oktome and music by Dièse "As you see"
David Trubridge's sketch
ECOYA - The most memorable gifts are often beautifully simple - like a present from a child. They have that magical ability to pick everyday, sometimes rare, often overlooked objects and deliver them to you wrapped in love, delicately tied with a smile and glint in the eye.