08.04.21 - Interviews
Shyama Golden’s designs defy definition
From her powerful portraits to her beautifully intricate patterns, the American artist has a style that is entirely her own
08.04.21 - Wrap Loves
Wrap Loves #11
From a new book about one of our favourite Italian illustrators, to workshops inspired by Japanese flower arranging and the 70th birthday celebrations of one of Finland’s biggest design houses – here's the Wrap team’s latest pick of people and projects we adore right now.
24.03.21 - Showcase
Overlooked beauty in urban corners
London-based Graphic designer turned illustrator Kieran Gabriel shines a light on the forgotten corners of Britain’s biggest cities with his clean, graphic artworks
18.03.21 - Interviews
A diary of painted cities
Illustrator and artist Daniel Clarke’s new book of paintings is a vibrant record of his European adventure in early 2020 (pre-pandemic!). We caught up with Daniel to hear about the trip and the inspiration behind his new body of work.
11.03.21 - Showcase
Sandra Poliakov's vibrant expressions of everyday joy
In vivid hues and elegant strokes, the Budapest-based illustrator captures inviting still life scenes and elegant figures. We delve into her work and discover how important colour is to her process.
10.03.21 - Wrap Loves
Wrap Loves #10
From a brand breathing new life into secondhand clothing, to a crowdfunding campaign raising funds for a new south London Art Club, here are the people, places and things the Wrap team are loving right now.
25.02.21 - Showcase
Quentin Monge shows us the joy of nature
The French artist creates light-hearted minimalist designs inspired by the natural surroundings of his French home.
15.01.21 - Wrap Loves
Wrap Loves #9
We’ve collated our favourite smiley face-themed products to brighten up your January. From happy hand-blown drinking glasses to textiles decorated with beaming faces, this edition of Wrap Loves is sure to turn your frown upside down, even if it is concealed by a mask.
19.12.20 - Showcase
Sandy van Helden imagines a new reality
Showcasing a diverse representation of womanhood across her work, the Amsterdam-based illustrator explores the space between imagination and reality using vivid colours and confident playful lines.
19.12.20 - Showcase
Tiffany Alfonseca’s powerful quarantine portraits
We explore the work of the New York-based artist and her compelling portraits of family and friends made during lockdown earlier this year, showcasing the importance of community and cultural expression.
16.12.20 - Wrap Loves
Wrap Loves #8 – A Festive Gifting Special
You can now pick up a curated selection of gifts and products by some of our favourite brands and makers on our online shop, and to celebrate, we’ve made this edition of Wrap Loves a festive special – showcasing some of our top new additions from Wax Atelier’s hand-twisted candles and Slowdown Studio’s bold blankets, to Laura Slater’s beautiful screen-printed cushions.
30.11.20 - Interviews
Seeing the funny side
To celebrate the launch of our new stationery collaboration with London illustrator Holly St Clair, we sat down with Holly to find out what inspired her playful designs and why injecting humour into her work is more important than ever this year.
25.11.20 - Wrap Loves
Wrap Loves #7
From vases made of repurposed paper waste, to packs of cheerful playing cards and a new book dedicated to the Wes Anderson aesthetic – here’s our latest round-up of the people and projects inspiring the Wrap team right now.
28.09.20 - Interviews
Studio Visit: The creative space of Isabel + Helen
We meet the London design duo who explore kinetics and repetition in their impressive sculptural designs for the likes of Hermès, ITV and V&A.
12.08.20 - Showcase
Clara Rubin makes painting personal
Inspired by her hometown, the Milanese artist celebrates the beauty of the everyday.
05.08.20 - Wrap Loves
Wrap Loves #6
From eye-catching concrete tiles, to ‘immortal’ flower arrangements and online workshops to improve your embroidery skills – we pick out some of the people and projects currently inspiring the Wrap team.
24.07.20 - Interviews
Studio visit: Make-Ready
We visit the London-based fine art silkscreen and giclée printing studio Make-Ready to talk to founder Tom Murphy about making original prints for top contemporary artists and galleries, including Jeremy Deller, Boy George, Kelly Anna, Hauser & Wirth and Unit London. They’ve built a strong reputation over the last three years and much of this is down to Tom’s inherent passion for the process and eye for detail, which we delve into more with him here.
23.07.20 - Wrap Loves
Wrap Loves #5
A hand-painted swimming pool by Alex Proba, effortlessly cool clothing from Chelsea Bravo and sculptural creations by SAGE Flowers – some of the people and projects catching our eye for our latest Wrap Loves selection.
22.07.20 - Interviews
Zahra Holm finds beauty in imperfection
Originally from Sweden and Tunisia, artist Zahra Holm has made Paris her home. Using richly-coloured oil paints in her abstract portrayals of the female form, Zahra embraces imperfection to discover a fresh kind of femininity. Here she tells us about her happy place, her need for creative freedom, and her love of the unique flaws that make us human.
18.06.20 - Interviews
Staying Sane During Quarantine #6 - Sujin Kim
She makes charming, funny, deceptively simple illustrations which always make us smile. Here the Korean designer tells us about life in Ulsan right now, and how she tries to keep positive during these strange times.
16.06.20 - Interviews
Constantly Evolving: Karan Singh makes design look fun
The Amsterdam-based artist talks about the balance between minimalism and pattern in his dynamic illustrations and animations, and why having fun is an important part of his creative process.
11.06.20 - Interviews
Staying Sane During Quarantine #5 - Kentaro Okawara
The Japanese artist tells us about what life's been like in Tokyo during the Coronavirus crisis, how his work has been affected and the ‘future diary’ he’s been making about all the things he and his girlfriend will do together when they’re reunited.
22.05.20 - Interviews
Staying Sane During Quarantine #4 - Molly Rose Dyson
We hear from the Berlin-based illustrator about the current lockdown situation in Germany and how things are beginning to ease, WFH in a flat-share and how talking to other illustrators helps her avoid the ‘pressure to produce’ that social media can cause.
21.05.20 - Wrap Loves
Wrap Loves #4
From John Booth's colourful new clothing collaboration with Sunspel, zines about murals and Dusen Dusen's dreamy dog beds – here's our latest round-up of some of the people and projects that have been inspiring us recently.
08.05.20 - Interviews
Staying Sane During Quarantine #3 - Cari Vander Yacht
The American illustrator, and long-time Wrap collaborator, gives us an insight into what life's like in Brooklyn at the moment and working from her one-bed apartment, reminisces about retro home-workouts and explains how having quite a goofy style is keeping her work light-hearted, even during these tough times.
04.05.20 - Showcase
Finding balance in shape and colour
Alejandra García y Gutiérrez creates beautifully vibrant geometric artworks inspired by the harmony of the environment, contrasting shape and colour to find the perfect balance.
03.05.20 - Interviews
Staying Sane During Quarantine #2 - Alec Doherty
Morning yoga sessions, a weekly dinner menu, local wine deliveries and painting in the garden – the London-based illustrator and artist gives us the low-down on his lockdown rituals, and explains how working from home is helping him to ‘spring-clean’ his process.
27.04.20 - Showcase
Maaike Canne celebrates modernist architecture
From Le Corbusier to Frank Lloyd Wright, the Dutch illustrator's designs are tributes to some of her favourite architects, and the stories their buildings tell.
22.04.20 - Interviews
Staying Sane During Quarantine – #1 Franz Lang
The Italian illustrator shares her experience of the lockdown in northern Italy and gives us some tips on daily routines, staying creative, and the therapy of making fresh pasta.
22.04.20 - Longer read
With artworks that play with shape and perception, Tim Lahan invites his audience to look again at the everyday objects they might be taking for granted.
16.04.20 - Showcase
Lose yourself in Ana Popescu’s paintings from Japan
During her recent Japanese residency at Studio Kura, the visual artist created colourful new work that draws us in, and celebrates the overlooked corners of everyday spaces.
10.04.20 - Showcase
Antonio Carrau celebrates artistic freedom
With abstract still lifes, and art you’ll want to eat, the Uruguayan collage artist explains how he gets it right, by doing everything wrong.
07.04.20 - Wrap Loves
Wrap Loves #3 – Quarantine Special
From carve your own ring kits, to Grayson Perry's new TV show – here's a round-up of our favourite stay at home projects and quarantine-inspired workshops to help you get creative during lockdown.
18.03.20 - Interviews
The Power of Exaggeration
The London-based Swedish artist Alva Skog explores portrayals of non-binary figures with bold colours and extreme perspectives.
12.03.20 - Showcase
Sophi Gullbrants tackles sex and wellness issues in her work for Dame Products
From aphrodisiacs and blended orgasms, to fertility and trust issues, the Brooklyn illustrator’s designs explore sex-positive education.
11.03.20 - Showcase
Marylou Faure’s new show À la piscine
The French artist’s poolside-inspired exhibition at The Book Club is a daydreamer’s paradise, encouraging us to switch off and float away in our own thoughts.
11.03.20 - Wrap Loves
Wrap Loves #2
From a huge new London mural by Supermundane, to Emily Forgot's inspiring Instagram feed – here are five of our favourite people and projects that have caught our eye this month.
10.03.20 - Showcase
Bees, bottoms, and blooming plants
Across his drawings, paintings, and collages Brian de Graft creates humour-filled art that basks in the beauty and fun of everyday life.
09.03.20 - Interviews
Interview: Lindsey Hampton
From the colours and shapes to the overall form, the Vancouver-based ceramicist’s cool, striking products have all been influenced by her work as a graphic designer. We talk to her about the importance of function in her work, her thoughts on the place of ceramics in the art world, and how she’s recently been enjoying a better balance between the two disciplines she practices. Plus we get a look at her beautiful studio.
05.03.20 - Longer read
Melbourne's Mural Master
Carla McRae finds simplicity works best when it comes to creating large-scale murals – and always aims to keep a sense of fun and joy in her work.
29.01.20 - Interviews
Interview: Atelier Bingo
From artist residencies in Japan, to collaborations with fashion brands such as Gorman – we talk to Adèle and Maxime about their recent creative adventures and their new home studio space.
28.01.20 - Interviews
Interview: Charlie Oscar Patterson
Making bold graphic art pieces and large-scale murals, we sit down with Charlie to discover more about his evolving creative practice.
28.01.20 - Wrap Loves
Wrap Loves #1
From rugs inspired by rock formations to a Hawaiian shirt featuring the god of the sea – here are five of our favourite people and projects that have caught our eye this month.
08.01.20 - Showcase
Derek Abella’s textural illustrations
The Miami native on the differences between client work and personal projects, and how his home town is one of his biggest influences.
14.12.19 - Longer read
Made in Morocco
Rejecting the usual career conveyor belt, Belgian designer Laurence Leenaert followed her heart and set up a studio in Morocco. Laura Snoad travelled to Marrakech to find out the inspiring story behind the success of her brand.
13.12.19 - Showcase
"Movement, colour and madness best sum up my work"
Welcome to the world of Australian artist and designer Kris Andrew Small, whose inspirations include Keith Haring and 80s club culture, as well as his friends and family.