Andrew Ludick has worked in many graphic arts fields from editorial illustrator, to mural painting as well as fine arts painting. He graduated with a major in illustration from the Columbus College of Art before focusing on ceramics. After moving to Ireland he slowly made a change from painting and drawing to working with clay. We’re very glad he did as we love the organic forms and the decorated patterns which compliment each pieces. His artwork has also been superbly adapted to area rugs as shown above.
You can follow the artist on his website, Facebook and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of Andrew Ludick.
We are always on the lookout for great stationery items and found a few in this Korean online shop and design studio, P.Palette. We particularly admire the simplicity of her designs and her packaging. We have no information on the name of the designer but this is what she wrote on her website:
“Hello. I am a designer. I studied web design and video and I am still interested in it. You can see my life through Instagram and YouTube. I run a lifestyle stationery store.”
You can follow the designer on her website that includes her shop, Youtube and Instagram.
Images: Courtesy of P.Palette.
Found these bags and accessories on two of our favorite Japanese sites for handmade products, Iichi and Minne. We love the patterns and the application of the designs on various items. The Tokyo-based artist, Kai Kanamori, draws the patterns, dyes the patterns on linen and sews the finished handcrafted product.
The artist graduated from Nagoya University of Arts and worked as an illustrator. In 2015 she officially launched her brand, Kaeson.
You can follow the artist on her website, Facebook and Instagram. Her products can be purchased on Minne and Iichi but we’re not certain if they do international sales.
Images: Courtesy of Kae Kanamori.