Posts Tagged ‘Illustration’


My Top Drawer Highlights 2016

Ah September, it’s that whirlwind month in the calendar when the design industry descends on London town for a fortnight-ish of product launches, glitzy parties, catch ups with old friends and new design discoveries – everyone runs around like their *** is on fire but it’s all actually really fantastic – and inspiring. Kicking off my […] Read more…


New Neutrals by Morris and Co.

William Morris is the one and only designer that could make me embrace print and colour with abandon. His lush floral prints and dusky colour palettes evoke such vintage romanticism yet remain modern with intricate details in the pattern which have you ever noticed cleverly disguise the repeats? However, thankfully appealing to my love of […] Read more…


Boo! 10 Halloween Inspired Desktop Wallpapers

October is hands down my favourite month, in my opinion it’s the most definitive transitioning of seasons, in Britain at least – September is still too warm, November already has its foot in winter. There is a thrill in the October air, which resonates with narratives, the promise of spooky happenings, cosy autumnal outings and […] Read more…


New Xenia Taler Mugs

Toronto based artist is an exciting and affordable new addition to her offerings. Equally beautiful and eccentric like her handmade tiles, the porcelain mugs carry her signature folk-art inspired illustrations. The eye mug has to be my favourite of course… Read more…


Rifle Paper Co. City Prints

Rifle Paper Co. is one of my favourite stationery brands. I really love San Francisco illustrator Anna Bond’s vintage style and use of colours, but after buying and giving away every possible variation of greeting card of hers for the last few years, it feels like it’s about time I should have something a little […] Read more…


Simply Magic

I wanted to share some amazing graphics I snapped over Easter weekend when I visited the Harry Potter Studios… they were all kept behind a glass case and are all original posters, packaging and books which featured in all the iconic films. They made me feel so full of nostalgia and joy! Read more…

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