16.11.21 - Interviews
Shades of the Subconscious
In her stencilled pastel works, Tomoko Mizuno explores the layers of meaning that lie in the human subconscious. With soft edges and blurred outlines, her figurative illustrations show that sometimes, atmosphere is more important than detail.
12.10.21 - Interviews
Marine Buffard spends her life in motion
The Parisian illustrator sees her animations as illustrated diary entries. Full of movement, texture and colour, her designs are an excitingly surreal treatment of the everyday.
23.09.21 - Interviews
A sense of serenity
In her acrylic paintings and paper collages, artist Anna Mac creates a minimalist tranquillity. With subtle shadows and highlights, her attention to shape and colour inspires dreamy contemplation.
14.09.21 - Interviews
Studio visit with Swedish artist Linnéa Andersson
For one of our recent Wrap lifestyle collaborations, we joined forces with queen of the leaf motif, Linnéa Andersson on a series of striking Art Trays for the home. Here we take a look around her light-filled Gothenburg studio, and catch up with her about her work, our project together and her signature style.
20.08.21 - Interviews
Lianne Nixon plays with perspective
The Dutch illustrator explores angles and edges to create her stylish interior illustrations, full of the design classics she’s lusting after.
28.07.21 - Interviews
A Simple Still Life
Dominic Kesterton’s vibrant, minimalist designs invite us into a calming, if sometimes surreal, world. We caught up with the illustrator to hear about his recent projects, including an inspiring artist residency in Seoul.
01.07.21 - Interviews
New collaboration with Rozalina Burkova – championing the little moments
To celebrate our new greetings card range with illustrator and animator Rozalina Burkova, we sat down with her to talk about her fun-filled designs, and her belief in the importance of sending cards, just because.
18.05.21 - Interviews
Exploring the realms of possibility
American artist Nick McPhail’s architecturally-inspired paintings use layers and blank space to examine our perceptions of the world around us.
22.04.21 - Interviews
Keeping a fresh perspective
Rotterdam-based illustrator Seb Agresti explains why personal exploration and re-examination are crucial, when it comes to his artistic practice.
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
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.