Meet Ashley from Studio Wonder, a design studio based in the Lower Mainland. She’ll be at Indie I Do on Saturday, January 28th, 2012 at the Heritage Hall showcasing her complete line of wedding stationery. Aren’t her pieces lovely? As a Graphic Designer, Ashley’s love of colour and playfulness shines through with a fun, creative collection with a touch of quirky to match each couple that she designs for.
Posts Tagged: stationery
As an experiment, a number of pre-stamped, pre-addressed postcards have been ‘lost’ in public spaces. Relying on the good will of whoever finds the postcards, the idea is to count how many make it to their destination. When a ‘lost’ postcard reaches its destination, it will appear on the Found in the Post website along with its message. Sometimes the postcards arrive with new messages or a note as to where they found the card.
Justine Ellis is a South London based artist that makes original designs that have been hand screen-printed using environmentally friendly, water based inks and printing on a variety of surfaces including fabric, paper, and wood.
We are super excited to have Lynne from Papermash join us at Got Craft? London on Sunday, November 27th from 11am to 5pm at the Tooting Tram and Social! After you finish your holiday shopping, bring your handmade goodies to the DIY area on the first floor and learn the art of gift wrapping. For a donation, you can choose from a selection of super cute Papermash wrapping supplies. Never can get your edges right or your bows tied on straight? No worries! Lynne will be on hand teaching you the tricks of the trade!
Lynne also has a design blog called Tea for Joy where she shares her love for tea shops, typewriters and car boot sales.
Usually, people snub their noses at no name or own label brands (Rob’s mom used to buy no name cereal and pour it into brand name boxes), but I am loving this collection of vintage Sainsbury‘s packaging. The new book, Sainsburys Design Studio, celebrates the shift when Peter Dixon joined their design studio and revotuionized their own line: simple, stripped down, creative, and completely different from what they had done before. Could you imagine if they brought these designs back? Pretty!