Every March in Iceland, there is a design exhibit in the public spaces. It is called HönnunarMars in Icelandic. Locals and tourists alike can take a look of the different works of designers (not limited to Icelandic designers) for free. Clothing, furniture, tableware, musical instruments and all sorts of things. Here are the works exhibited in Galleri Grotta in the Seltjarnarnes library.
Hilary Grant knitwear, UK based designer.
Baugar (halo) by Gudny Hafsteindóttir.
Yellow broom from Emergents (www.emergents.co.uk)
Agustav, an Icelandic furniture design and production company (agustav.com).
Julia Smith, a ceramics designer from the Emergents group based in the UK.
Diggory Brown, a Scottish clothing brand.
The exhibit is from March 22 to April 22, 2017. Here is a comprehensive list of the works, including the prices for interested buyers.
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