I jetted off to my second home of Copenhagen to see the design master thesis exhibition at KADK. I was most excited to see Hilda Nilssons work. Her work constantly straddles craft and concept, she has patience when it comes to making and produces beauty. In her current work she is exploring the possibilities of 3D printed ceramics. She combines different ceramic techniques and various materials to product collections that make me salivate. Another ceramic graduate Tina Austin has pushed different ceramic materials to the edge and created a series of sculptures good enough to eat. Her work is an example of the scope and endless possibilities of ceramics, it makes me excited to experiment. Robynn Storgaard produced a range of usable ceramics that emphasise a slow aesthetic with soft mutated tones. There were some beautiful textile works on show. Ragnhild Hjalmarsdóttir Højgaard has used untreated natural sheep wools, these natural colours are so muted and powerful. An organic and friendly series of works that should adorn every home. It highlighted how beauty can be found and enhanced naturally and organically. Lea Katrine Kargaard's more vibrant abstract rugs were a sharp juxtaposition to Ragnhild, but just as yummy. I of course visited paper island and the street food market always great food and cocktails. These cocktails lead to power posing all over the city. I didn't manage to make it into the new Copenhagen Contemporary but I did leave a wish on Yoko Ono's wish trees outside (shhh I wished for a second cocktail). I also revisited the Gardens at Landbohøjskolens Have, perfect for sun, coffee, cake and gossip.