Marianne Diemer

We thought we’d kick the week off with a look at these brilliantly bold and graphic printed cushions by French designer Marianne Diemer, who founded her brand Rouge de Rhin in 1995. Formerly working as a graphic designer in advertising, Marianne’s aesthetic is simp…
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Marianne Diemer

Feast your eyes on issue six

We’re so pleased to announce that our winter edition of Wrap is now out, and available to order from our online shop. Here are the first pictures we’ve got to share with you – we hope you like the look of issue six!! Above: Wrap six’s cover artwork is by Norwegian …
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The World of Dogboy

We first discovered Dogboy (Philip Huntinton) at this years Camberwell College of Art MA show, after being drawn to his colours like a moth to a lightbulb. The pieces on show were from his ongoing project ‘Above & Below’ – exploring an alternate world where the wealthy …
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Naomi Wilkinson

This style of illustration is up there as one of our real favourites – seemingly quite simple, Naomi Wilkinson’s beautifully hand-painted and softly coloured images show so much character and narrative. Bristol-based Naomi only graduated this year from UWE, but she’s a…
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The work of Hanna Knonla

  Having just got back from a really exciting research trip to Helsinki (we gathered some super content for our winter issue folks!) we thought we’d share with you the work of one of the fantastic illustrators we met up with whilst we were there. Using bold colour blocking…
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Artists are Jiggling Atoms

Above: work by contributing artist Charlotte Mei Exploring the world of atoms, galaxies and particle detectors, Jiggling Atoms in an interdisciplinary science and illustration project taking place this week at the Rag Factory, in London’s East End and we highly recommend a visi…
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Sculptures by Merijn Hos

We’ve long admired the fantastically detailed and imaginative work of Dutch illustrator and graphic artist Merijn Hos, but these wooden painted sculptures are something else! Colourful and free, they ooooze fun, and what better way to end the week that catching a glimpse of the…
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