Nico De Caro
Nicolás De Caro brings together different moments of his career for a collection containing his signature “handmade stamps”.
Holly St Clair
Working mostly digitally, London-based illustrator Holly St Clair creates relatable projects balancing impactful expression with their playful approach.View collection
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
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
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
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.