But that’s how it is when you start wanting to have things. Now, I just look at them, and when I go away I carry them in my head. Then my hands are always free, because I don’t have to carry a suitcase.
Today is International Women’s Day, a day for showing appreciation and highlighting the achievements of women around the world.
This weekend, we’re offering a 10 percent discount on everything in Moomin.com’s webshop. Just use our promo code wd2014 in the checkout process.
We especially want to bring attention to our cooperation with Unicef. By buying one of the Unicef themed items you support girls’ (and boys’) education around the world.
Gathering is peculiar, because you see nothing but what you’re looking for. If you’re picking raspberries, you see only what’s red, and if you’re looking for bones you see only the white. No matter where you go, the only thing you see is bones.
Moomin Wallpaper: March Edition
March is here, spring is already knocking, and in this cheerful wallpaper we used a bit of color. It features Toffle and Miffle from the 1960 classic book Who will comfort Toffle? Our January and February wallpapers are also still online.
There are three different sizes of the desktop version:
For the iPad and other pad devices we have two sizes which work both vertically and horizontally:
For the iPhone and other phone devices we have:
Click on the links and download your own Moomin wallpaper. Then set is as your wallpaper as you normally would. There’s nothing more to it.
It appears that Apple’s iOS7 parallax view zooms in on the image. To prevent this from happening on your iPad or iPhone go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce motion > Switch to ‘on’ position. That will let the image scale properly.
Please let us know if you’re having any trouble installing your Moomin wallpaper.
Have a great weekend!
The quiet transition from autumn to winter is not a bad time at all. It’s a time for protecting and securing things and for making sure you’ve got in as many supplies as you can. It’s nice to gather together everything you possess as close to you as possible, to store up your warmth and your thoughts and burrow yourself into a deep hole inside, a core of safety where you can defend what is important and precious and your very own.
Amigurumi is a knitted or crocheted soft animal. The name is derived from the Japanese words ‘ami’ that means something knitted or crocheted, and ‘nuigurumi’, which means a soft toy. These can be seen at Annantalo (Annankatu 30) in Helsinki until March 30th.