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To Øl’s best and worst beer label designs

Artist and designer Kasper Ledet gives a refreshingly honest account of his best and worst work for Copenhagen’s iconic craft brewery To Øl.


Artist profile: Calamityware

Calamityware is the one-man band outfit on a mission to bring playful design into everyday homeware. From crockery to fabric and playing cards, Don Moyer’s illustrations introduce unexpected additions to otherwise traditional patterns. Take a closer look and you’ll realise why you shouldn’t take Calamityware willow pattern for granted...


Meum: a revolving art exhibit for your home

If you’re someone who wants to be able to engage in the art community by discovering new works from emerging artists, but find yourself frustrated by how difficult it can be to access this scene, new subscription service Meum — launched today on Kickstarter — is definitely deserving of your attention.


Artist profile: Pippa Dyrlaga

​The practice of paper-cutting is something that requires patience, finesse and a steady hand. Artist Pippa Dyrlaga demonstrates all of these skills and so much more, as she elegantly manipulates an everyday commodity into a work of art. We cut to the chase with Pippa, as she explains the perks of her work and the challenges that arise when working as an independent maker.


My Craft: Pottery West

Pottery West is the ceramics studio of husband and wife duo Catherine and Matt West, whose earthy designs and beautiful product photography have amassed a loyal following. Here, Catherine recalls their journey.


Artist Profile: Ariel Wilson

Long Beach-based illustrator Ariel Wilson talks about her work process, as well as how she uses art to help at risk youth in LA.