Posts tagged "prints"
Kidscase Summer 2016

Kidscase Summer 2016

Don’t worry I’m not going to spam you with a lot of kids related posts now that baby Frankie is here. But some kids brands I would love to share with you, because design is for all ages! When you’re shopping for kids you find many ridiculous prints and colours. So when I first spotted...
Sad Ghost Club

Sad Ghost Club

Everyone gets the blues sometimes. A bad day at work, a break up, general life crises; feeling blah occasionally is part of life, more so for some than for others. But there’s no need to go through it alone: the Bristol-based Sad Ghost Club is here to support the sad ghost in all of us....
Joelle Boers

Joelle Boers

Ever since she was a kid Joelle was busy making drawings and creating clothes for her Barbie dolls. After she finished her studies in Graphic Design, Photography & Styling she continued her journey at the Maastricht Academy of Fine Arts in Textile Design were she got her degree in 2011. After working as a stylist...
Bye May

Bye May

Bye bye May and hello June! May was an incredible month with many highlights for Hello Frankie. What about the story about the amazing brand RAW? I’m in love with the simplicity of the clothing and want every piece in my wardrobe. YESSI is also a fresh and stylish brand, the jewellery is a perfect...
Knallbraun

Knallbraun

When visiting the Handmade Circus, a Design Market in Aachen, Germany last year, I discovered this brand called Knallbraun. This year I stumbled upon them again on a design market in Maastricht, the Netherlands, and couldn’t resist their colourful and pretty weird prints. If you are in need of a unicorn or a slightly akward...
Studio emmaodenkirchen

Studio emmaodenkirchen

Meet Emma, 26 years and living in Zwolle (NL). She is the owner of studioemmaodenkirchen, a small design studio that is based on the love for colours and prints. Emma is crazy about Scandinavian design and Scandinavian children’s movies and collects vintage DIY books. Colour is for Emma one of the most important inspiration sources...
Depeapa

Depeapa

Verónica Arriba is an artist from Spain. After studying Fine Arts in Bilbao (north of Spain) Verónica worked as a graphic designer and in 2007 she started drawing again. ‘During the summer of 2007 I started uploading my drawings online and used the name Depeapa’. It didn’t take long before people noticed the work of...
Liekeland

Liekeland

Liekeland is the label of Lieke van der Vorst, an illustrator based in Helmond, the Netherlands. After Lieke graduated as graphic designer from Sint Joost she started with the course illustration. In her second year she started her own label: Liekeland. From the start Lieke created cards and prints and soon she was asked by...
Studio Esinam

Studio Esinam

Studio Esinam was founded in the spring of 2013 by art director and architect duo Josefine Lilljegren and Sebastian Gokah. They make prints of well known buildings around the world. They started with a serie of Paris and Tokio. ‘What inspires us in our work is the curiosity and fascination for spaces with unique character.’...
Laure van Brempt

Laure van Brempt

The first time I saw the work of Laure van Brempt was at Tinsel. The beautiful curtain is a real eye-catcher. Laure is a textile designer based in Antwerp, Belgium. Her inspiration comes from almost anything: colour, texture, movies and paintings. She works together with different artists in different disciplines, she likes to combine personal...
Petrol and Porcelain

Petrol and Porcelain

I would love to share with you an amazing concept: Petrol and Porcelain. The founders Danielle and Anita mix vintage treasures from all over the world with contemporary design to create tasteful sets and atmospheres with a special character. This mini spaces, as they call it, are beautiful unique gifts but also perfect if you...
Marina Tello

Marina Tello

Marina Tello is one of my favorite Amsterdam designers. We’ve met a few years ago and ever since I follow her work. She creates beautiful pieces and prints not only on paper or canvas but also on fabric. I love her fascination for geometric shapes. I’m very lucky to have an amazing piece of Marina...