March 2020 Vosgesparis will be online for 12 years and over the last few weeks I have been thinking about how 2019 has been a bit of a quiet year on the blog. It was a good year filled with some amazing work and press trips that gave me the opportunity to travel around, our work for w/ Style all next to a part job a few days a week. Vosgesparis is a personal blog, there is no team behind and I found it hard to concentrate and focus on the blog last year, something I also really missed and… I blame social media!
Instagram is a wonderful source to find new design and inspiration but it can also be a bit overwhelming sometimes, and as we all know time consuming. Next to the amount of inspiration and a mailbox that never stops filling up, it is hard to choose what to work on first. For 2020 I decided be more focused, and use a content calendar with a few of my favourite topics to be able to convert the amount of information and inspiration that comes to me into actual blog posts.
Over the years we have been using, seen coming and going different social media but I still believe in my blog as the base of all I do. It is also a my own huge archive for everything I did and loved over the last years. One of the topics I choose to cover is ceramics as it is something I really love to show and work with. I started last week with the amazing work of Laurie Poast from Norway and today I love to take you to Mallorca, Spain.
Talking with Jaume Roig, one of the owners, I discovered he works in different disciplines, such as painting as well as on different sculptures and ceramics. At the showroom and studio he paints and both his work and that of co-owner AdrianA MeuniÉ is exposed with a new exhibition coming up next month.