Nico De Caro
Nicolás De Caro brings together different moments of his career for a collection containing his signature “handmade stamps”.
Drawing from the colours, shapes, and scenarios of contemporary Mexico, Hola Lou brings you a collection depicting vibrant futures ahead. Abstract, but eccentric art, to energise a space.
Sydney-based illustrator Liv Lee makes art plucked from the backyard. Painting bunches of bendy bananas, droopy tulips, and misshapen melons, Liv takes a fun look at nature through surface design - and finds pleasing patterns out of wobbly forms.View collection
Static Movements by illustrator David Vanadia explores a series of human emotion, simplicity and reflection.View collection
Chicago-based artist and illustrator Kelly Knaga (she/her) makes work investigating flora, landscapes, and our relationship with Mother Nature.View collection
Jenni’s playful illustration style effortlessly communicates her sense of humour through her intricately detailed hand-drawn maps of London, Berlin, Paris, New York, San Francisco, Sydney and Melbourne.View collection
Using her squishy, comforting aesthetic, Poppy Crew shows appreciation for the “smaller things” from summer with this series.View collection
In his signature abstract style, designer Linus Lohoff creates a series of striking contrasts, fusing “two-dimensional graphics with depth.View collection
Self-taught graphic designer and self-titled cool guy, Elliot Ulm doesn't have a degree and he hopes that's okay with you.View collection