Wrap’s Best Bits From Pulse 2012

The last week has been a busy one at Wrapas we’ve been preparing for our first trade show – Pulse 2012, where we’re currently exhibiting. We thought we’d share some pictures with you of our stand (LP21), and our beautiful new range of wrapping papers… as well as ou…
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Matt Root’s still landscapes

Whilst working on Wrap issue four, we came across artist Matt Root and, being a lover of soft candy tones, we gravitated to his paintings like bees to nectar. It’s not just the colours we’re drawn to though, it’s everything  - the buildings, the symbols, the horizons, and …
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The brilliant Julia Pott

For those of you who aren’t yet familiar with the work of illustrator and animator Julia Pott, it’s seriously awesome (a word not used lightly), and we have to lay our cards on the table and say we love what she does. Pott has a really affectionate style and incorporates cha…
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Reading Frenzy goodies

Wow – we received an awesome package from our new Wrap stockist – Reading Frenzy this week, so we thought we’d share some photos of the cool stuff they sent us and tell you a bit more about what they get up to over in Portland, Oregon. Founded and run by Chloe Eudal…
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Natasha Durley wonderlands

There’s something really brilliant about illustrations that draw you in, and make you want to explore their landscapes. That’s what Natasha Durley’s work does, in abundance. With her use of psychedelic colours, and a free illustrative style, she imagines and creates strang…
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Zombie’s at the Hayward!

Greeted by the up-beat sounds of a sea-shanty band, and a really buzzy atmosphere (they pulled in quite a crowd) we had an excellent time at last night’s opening of ’Fathoms Deep’, a nautical themed pop-up event curated by Zombie Collective at The Hayward Gallery Shop….
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Konichiwa Tokyobike!

Having hosted two successful pop-up shops in the capital before, super cool Japanese bike brand Tokyobike have decided to take up permanent residency in London with the launch of their first UK store, being celebrated tomorrow. Weighing just 10kg and coming in virtually any colo…
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