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In our studio, we look for design and colour palette inspiration everywhere. Starting the month off on the right foot, we’ve been crushing on these beer labels and cans designed by Keith Stone for the Danish brewery, Mikkeller Beer.


London-based designer, Yinka Ilori, is inspiring our colour palettes with a vibrant, fun, Nigerian take on each piece of furniture he creates. Here are some of the pieces we’ve been admiring this week.


We caught up with one of our clients, Myriam Achour from Soumati, to hear more about her studio, where she finds inspiration, and what it’s been like starting her own brand.

Myriam’s prints range from sentimental one-colour illustrations to complex tropical prints. Committed to sustainability and “slow fashion”, her range is always printed onto ethical garments with a focus on impact.


Transnational artist, Charlene Man, shuffles between work in London and Hong Kong. Her art covers a range of mediums, including illustration, zines, and mural painting.

We’ve printed some t-shirts for Charlene and couldn’t wait to check out some more of her work.


London-based illustrator and artist James Jarvis has caught our attention this week, with his career’s work ranging from Nietzsche inspired philosophical sketches to playful, plastic cartoon toys.

We had a look into some of Jarvis’ work and learned a bit about his approach to design.


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