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Maisie Noble

With technology, we all now have the ability to work (almost) anywhere in the world and with clients across oceans and continents. The internet has meant we can be ‘social’ with almost anyone, anywhere and at any time. The implications are wonderful, just a few clicks and people you may never have met in a …

Maja Stabel

Becoming your own boss is never easy, especially not when you walk the line between two professions. Maja Stabel is able to do just this by turning her talents within the sustainable fashion design world to illustrations that spark inspiration and thoughts. Spending time with Maja on a rainy day in Oslo I was welcomed …

Elise By Olsen

Who knows who wrote the quote “I’ve been that age. I’ve done that age. It is fun. Enjoy!”, all I know is when I heard Elise By Olsen say it, it was perfectly fitting. It is a story of age but at the same time it isn’t. Elise By Olsen is the creator, editor and …

Manuela Pacheco from Studio Maco

In the design world, going from a full-time position at an agency, to going it alone as a freelance designer is a brave step. Allowing yourself to be vulnerable to finding your own clients and running a business is not always easy. Manuela Pacheco is a designer, that has done just this. Taking the plunge …

Spotlight On | Shauna Haider

This blog post has been a while in the making. I have followed this designer and popular blogger for many years and surface to say her work has been an inspiration. Shauna Haider is a graphic designer working from her studio Branch based out of Portland. Shauna is the co-founder of  The Blogacademy (online guides and …

Spotlight On | David Carson

Another early morning only this time the sun was up with me, easing me from the warm confinds of my duvet. Creative Mornings had set the date, organised the speaker, laid on coffee and buns, all I had to do was show up. As usual showing up was not much to ask for when receiving so …

Spotlight On // Fanny Latour Lambert

Sometimes great things happen. Like stumbling across art that makes your eyes light up. This was the case when I came across the photographs of French photographer Fanny Latour-Lambert. Her images are playful, thought out in a way that makes me go ‘huh? what a great way to look at that theme’ (for example her …

Lessons on Design : The Grand Budapest Hotel

A few weeks ago, sitting in a dark room, a film put a smile on my face. The Grand Budapest Hotel, is the newest film to be released from iconic director Wes Anderson. A gift to his fans that cannot resist his quirky imagination, precise aesthetic and settings filled with the greats from Hollywood. Personally, …

Spotlight On // Patrick Fitzgerald

If you are a reader of Kinfolk (if you are not, I highly recommend picking up a copy) or their newly released book The Kinfolk Table, you will be familiar with the photography of Parker Fitzgerald. I have spent quite a bit of time looking at his work but had never put a name to …

Spotlight On // Lauretta Suter

Love it or hate it Pinterest is fast becoming one of the best forms of image research and inspiration on the world wide web. Type a search word into Google and you will be met with cliche stock imagery, but upon typing the same to Pinterest you will be presented with aesthetically pleasing images that …