Profile | Amelia Graham

Having spent ten years designing for womenswear clients, London based surface designer, Amelia Graham, stepped out from the shadows and created her own eponymous label. Amelia now develops designs

Profile | Emma Larsson

We're mesmerized by the abstract and surreal watercolors of Stockholm based artist, Emma Larsson. The organic forms almost trick the eye into recognition as shapes merge and fade away. Pattern

Profile | Lillian Farag

Have you ever dreamed of leaving your corporate job and following your heart? That's exactly what Lillian Farag did after spending several years developing prints for Macy's. A graduate

Profile | Agata Wierzbicka

It's hard to believe the work of Warsaw based illustrator, Agata Wierzbicka, is drawn primarily on the computer. Although she does use acrylic paint, oil pastels, and pencils, it's

Profile | Ohkii Studio

Illustrator, Angela Mckay, hails from the sunny shores of Australia and Thailand, so it's no surprise that tropical plants play a big part in her work. Although now based

Profile | Julien Colombier

Paint, chalk, and paper are transformed by the hands of French artist, Julien Colombier, into foliage rich jungles. Appearing on walls, canvas, and in 3-dimensional forms, the artwork takes

Profile | Jonathan Niclaus

You might recognize the work of Jonathan Niclaus if you follow the artist inspired blanket company, Slowdown Studio. This Berlin based designer often looks to the past for inspiration, citing

Profile | Georgina Taylor

The botanical illustrations of South African artist, Georgina Taylor, are captivating through their intricate detail and enhancement of life. Surreal touches, like legs sprouting from fish, give the viewer

Profile | Jonathan Josefsson

Swedish artist, Jonathan Josefsson, creates sculptural abstract rugs using ancient tufting techniques. Redefining this traditional craft, Josefsson brings a fresh perspective taking inspiration from cellular forms and street graffiti. Hop

Profile | Anna Beam

Artist, Anna Beam, seamlessly flows between mediums–from collage to print to ceramics–while maintaining her distinct style. The ease with which this London based designer transforms two-dimensional designs into three-dimensional objects is fun
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