Rob Ryan’s Christmas

July 8, 2010

At the John Lewis Christmas press show yesterday, I bumped into (literally!) the bearded romantic paper-cutter hero, AKA Mister Rob Ryan. For some reason, I came over all star-struck and giggly – and waffled on for an eternity about how ‘wonderful’ his work is, how I admire him, how I’d love to see his scissors (I really said that) and how I would also like to plait his beard and lick his shoes (I didn’t really say that bit. I hope…)

ANYWAY He was there to launch a brand new high street collection of accessories, so I whipped out the trusty iPhone and took a few snaps. But sadly, they weren’t exactly top quality pics. As you can see.

Still, I’ve whacked them up nonetheless – feel free to ignore and focus instead on the gorgeous high-res pics the lovely PRs at Grylls and Reade gave me:

Check out the vase! The flask! The notebooks! The mugs! It’s all too much. How cool would it look if you shot the vase with a girl and boy filling it with flowers and recreated the image ON the vase? Or perhaps too much caffeine again. Hmmm. – Ellie

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One Response to “Rob Ryan’s Christmas”

  1. Charlotte Evans Says:

    Am loving your Christmas finds Ellie. Especially that flask – the whole style on this page is yum.

    Also very useful to know that you are all ‘doing’ Christmas – and there was me sending out christmas gift ideas in the Autumn.

    Better write a press release or something!

    Charlotte
    x

    ps The elderflower cordial – it won FIRST PRIZE at our local gala in the Fruit Drink category. How chuffed am I ?!


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