Profile | Valentine Reinhardt

Step into the surreal universe of multi-disciplinary artist, Valentine Reinhardt. Focusing on the transformation of nature, Reinhardt combines photography, illustration, and videography to develop lush environments with Eden-like references. Her colorful

Profile | Noémie Cédille

  Attracted to forms, colors, and textures, Paris based designer, Noémie Cédille, strives to incorporate a little of each into her work. Jumping across mediums, Cédille can be found creating patterns, dabbling in

Profile | Elena Boils

Hailing from the sunny land of Mexico, Elena Boils now lives in London where she brings her illustrations to life with bursts of color and a mixture of digital and

Profile | Dana Kinter

While doing some late night browsing, I stumbled across the new collaboration between Gorman and Australian artist, Dana Kinter. The collection features prints inspired by Kinter's paintings of the

Profile | Abigail Pymer

With June right around the corner, many students are preparing for their final degree shows. One that we look forward to each year is the New Designers Exhibit in London which features

Profile | Sofia Noceti

Hailing from Buenos Aires, designer Sofia Noceti is a talent to be reckoned with. From fan zines to fashion campaigns, Noceti keeps her creativity sharp by mixing mediums to

Profile | Karan Singh

Tokyo based designer, Karan Singh, is a self-taught artist who explores op-art minimalism through the use of pattern and repetition. Originally from Australia, Singh's professional career has taken him

Profile | Nick Liefhebber

We're mesmerized by the vibrant, pattern filled illustrations of Dutch designer, Nick Liefhebber. Nick is inspired by patterns and rhythms and "uses the associative powers of shape and material

Profile | Campbell Charlotte

It's hard to imagine lounging around in lightweight linen garments at the moment. Instead, we're wearing layers of wool to fight off the wind chill factor. Yet, Melbourne based
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