Human Empire
  1. Designed by Sanna Annukka for Marimekko. Bowls, mugs, textiles and much more. Get them here:

  2. HopHopHopHoptimist #humanempire #hoptimist #bimbleundbumble

    HopHopHopHoptimist #humanempire #hoptimist #bimbleundbumble

  3. Until next Tuesday your order in our webshop (from Germany) is free of shipping cost if you order for at least 20,- €.

    Until next Tuesday your order in our webshop (from Germany) is free of shipping cost if you order for at least 20,- €.

  4. Everything is prepared for our 8th birthday party today. In less than 12 hours we welcome you in our store (Schulterblatt 132). 20% discount on all our products, kids fun, selfmade fresh strawberry tartlets and spring bowle are just a few of the highlights. Good night and see you there! Here a few pictures we took today.

  5. 8 Years Human Empire Shop

    Today we like to invite you to our birthday party this Saturday (May 31, 2014. Between 12 and 18 o’clock we celebrate the 8th birthday of our store in Hamburg (Schulterblatt 132) with fun for kids, discounts, strawberry tartlets and a tombola. We hope to meet you there!

  6. We just got a few new products designed by vintage Designer Fredun Shapur in our online shop. We love his simple and bold caolours and designs. If you like them too you can get the book and puzzles here.
    Like Bruno Munari or Charles Eames, the designer Fredun Shapur (born 1929) made a particular daring and inventive contribution to the world of children. Between the 1960s and 1980s he designed toys for manufacturers such as Naef in Switzerland, Galt Toys in Great Britain, and above all Creative Playthings in the United States. From wooden puzzles to animal disguises made from paper sacks, Shapur’s toys still have the power to challenge and enchant, while his use of colour and graphic refinement remain strikingly modern. With texts by Amy F. Ogata and Mira Shapur.

  7. Back from 1 week holidays in Denmark. Here a few impressions from Horsens Fjord (Baltic Sea).

  8. Human Empire visited Den Gamle By in Århus (Denmark) last weekend. More than 75 very old original houses from different danish cities rebuilt in a special museum district. You can walk into the houses with original interior. Workshops, a mill, bakeries, a distillery, a greenhouse and much much more. Currently they are rebuilding the district from 1974 with stores, appartments etc.

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