Found these charming beaded accessories on Japanese handmade market site, Creema. There‘s very little information on the creator but these small sushi accessories are sold under the brand name, Tsubupochi. This is their sushi series but in the future we hope to see them work with other themes.
You can follow them on Twitter and their shop can be found on Creema and Base.ec.
Images: Courtesy of Tsubupochi.
These images are from the sketchbooks of free lance illustrator and textile designer, Annie Clay. The UK-based artist specializes in printed patterns and artwork for clothing, accessories, stationery and home ware. We post these sketches because we feel unfinished drawings or roughs though executed hastily are often art objects in themselves.
You can see more of the artist’s sketches and finished work on her website and on Facebook.
Images: Courtesy of Annie Clay.
The illustrations shown above are the works of UK-based designer and illustrator, Fiona Powers. Her contemporary and colorful prints shows a definite 50’s and Scandinavian influences. Her prints can be found on a variety of products including home wares, gifts and cards. You can follow the artist on her website, Fiink Design and also on Instagram. Her cards and giclée prints available on Etsy.
Images: Courtesy of Fiona Powers.