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    Welcome to Show and Tell!
    Show and Tell is our story-telling series about the wonders that friends of Double Double have acquired over the years.

    This month’s episode of Show and Tell is presented by Wolf Circus’ founder, Fiona Morrison. Fiona is Vancouver’s very own girl-boss-surfer-chick, with an unmatched aesthetic and a seemingly envious lifestyle full of adventure, creativity, and loads of sunshine.

    We sat down with Fiona to have a chat about some of her favourite things.

    What’s something that people wouldn’t know about the item just by looking at it?
    These are three serving dishes from local Vancouver ceramicist, Nathalee Paolinelli.

    Why are they special to you? Are they sentimental?
    I have always admired Nathalee’s work and was fortunate enough to take some ceramics classes with her. I love her process as an artist and love to hear the passion in her voice when she speaks about how she creates — she’s an inspiration of mine.

    What’s your favourite detail them?
    The wavy rim on the side is one of her signature styles. They work perfectly as serving dishes.

    When did you acquire them and what else was happening in your life at the time?
    I acquired these post covid when I was lacking design motivation with Wolf Circus. Being creative with ceramics and playing with clay really helped. I recently learned that whenever I’m stuck, a source of inspiration can usually be found when focussing on something completely different.

    What’s something that people wouldn’t know about the item just by looking at it?
    This is the best massager that you could ever own.

    Why is it special to you? Is it a sentimental item?
    It was given to me by one of my best friends, Rachel Saunders (she also created it). She is always teaching me to take things slow and learn to balance my life more. We’re the exact opposite as friends but somehow balance each other out perfectly.

    What’s your favourite detail about it?
    It looks incredible on a coffee table.

    When did you acquire it and what else was happening in your life at the time?
    I don’t recall exactly when it was given to me but I know the word “self-care” was a big buzzword at the time. As someone who’s constantly on the go, I usually spend all my free time surfing, climbing, or snowboarding. This ceramic massager, as delicate as it looks, is actually pretty vigorous! I swear that it works better than a Theragun.

    What’s something that people wouldn’t know about the item just by looking at it?
    I know that it looks like just another cookbook — but it’s an incredible one!

    Why is it special to you? Is it a sentimental item?
    I absolutely love cooking for friends. I’m not the most skilled chef, so this book has helped me “fake it ’til I make it” through most of the dinner parties that I host.

    What’s your favourite detail about it?
    The recipes inside are mostly sharing plates that are really easy to cook, and use most of my favourite spices.

    When did you acquire it and what else was happening in your life at the time?
    I purchased it during Covid. My roommate and I would throw dinner parties for the two of us and get all dressed up.

    What’s something that people wouldn’t know about the item just by looking at it?
    This is a 9’8 Weston longboard.

    Why is it special to you? Is it a sentimental item?
    It’s special to me because I can’t think of a time that you’d find me happier than when I’m out in the water.

    What’s your favourite detail about it?
    I can make some nice turns and catch a tonne of waves!

    When did you acquire it and what else was happening in your life at the time?
    I purchased it for myself as a birthday gift when I was living in LA. I mostly moved down there to work and surf more. Buying this made me incredibly happy.

    What’s something that people wouldn’t know about the item just by looking at it?
    This is a Joan Miro print. It’s incredibly sun-faded.

    Why is it special to you? Is it a sentimental item?
    My father gave this to me just before he passed away. Although he didn’t have a big taste for style or art, he did love Miro and this print always reminds me of him.

    What’s your favourite detail about it?
    How abstract it is.

    When did you acquire it and what else was happening in your life at the time?
    I had just moved out of my parents house on Vancouver Island and was finding my bearings while living alone in the ‘big city’.

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