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
In his signature abstract style, designer Linus Lohoff creates a series of striking contrasts, fusing “two-dimensional graphics with depth.View collection
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.
WWF Earth Hour
A collaboration with WWF, this series of limited edition art prints by 26 artists to mark Earth Hour with 100% of profits donated to WWF.View collection
Jenni Sparks' playful illustration style effortlessly communicates her sense of humour through her intricately detailed hand-drawn maps.
Jenni has so far mapped London, Berlin, Paris, New York, San Francisco, Sydney and Melbourne. The maps also provide a handy reference point as they are based around local public transport links.
The charming Zoo Portrait animal prints add a splash of colour to any interior. From the dapper to the just plain cute, these snap-happy animals have a dress code to match their personality.
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
Rainbow of Hope
Jasmina is a graphic designer based in Belgrade, Serbia, known for her colourful, bold type design and playful branding.View collection
Based between Budapest and New York, abstract designer Milla Ódor has created this calming series of dreamy designs to bring "a relaxing, soft ambience" to your home.View collection
A Decade of Change
With a new decade on the horizon, A Decade of Change is the first set of Evermade Editions, a selection of limited edition prints designed by artists in response to one common topic - the 2020s.
Their work for A Decade of Change is in response to the upcoming turn of a decade. With full artistic freedom to share their voice and values, we asked each artist what changes they would like to see in the world in the 2020s.
Through his work in graphic design, self-confessed minimalist Jarosław combines his love of typography and Japanese aesthetics. His exclusive series of prints depict vibrant landmarks in a clean, modern style. Including Brighton’s bustling pier, Brixton’s Bovril wall and Camden Lock.View collection
Let your child discover their wild side with this bright and bold series of safari animal prints.View collection
Black & Blooze is the newest collection from designer and self proclaimed “pattern seeker” Coco Lom. Coco extracts environmental shapes from every corner to create hypnotising designs, which is reflected within this bold range of prints.View collection