Issue five insight No.2 Billy Lloyd

For our feature ‘Craft Work’ in Wrap issue five, we looked to the work of two hugely talented up-and-coming ceramicists, Billy Lloyd and Ian McIntyre to explore their different approaches to the design and production of their tableware ranges. We thoroughly enjoyed meeting th…
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Issue Five insight No.1 Pink Paper Circus

Over the next two weeks we’re going to be running a series of posts celebrating the work of many of our fantastic contributors to Wrap issue five, giving you an insight into our stunning new issue, as well as bit of a behind the scenes glimpse at how we put it together, who we …
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Catching up with Josephin Ritschel

Whilst putting together Wrap issue three back in autumn last year we came across illustrator Josephin Ritschel. There was so much that drew us to her pictures, from the way she worked with pencil, creating fantastic marks and textures in her sketches, to the real sense of purit…
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Dare to endeavour? Wrap issue five out now

Sporting an exciting new format, we are really happy to announce that our stunning fifth edition of Wrap is now out! On trend with the Olympic events taking place in London at the moment, issue five explores the theme – ‘Human Endeavours’, celebrating some of the fantas…
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Wrapping paper by Wrap

We are really pleased to announce that we’ve teamed up with four fantastic illustrators to develop Wrap’s first range of single sheet wrapping papers – available to buy online, and very soon from many of our wonderful stockists around the world.  Here are some pictures…
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Designed to Win review

The perfect show alongside the Olympics, this bright (in both senses), easy going, often interactive exhibition at London’s Design Museum acknowledges how integral design is to all sport – from a basketball player’s trainers to the shape of a rower’s oar blades to the fut…
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Wrap loves Ruby Taylor

Whilst foraging through our submissions file last week we were lucky enough to come across a gem of a young illustrator, Ruby Taylor. A recent graduate from Bristol’s UWE, her work immediately stood out with its playful characters and quirky narratives. We also fell a bit in lo…
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