5 Questions with Mark Fleming, Chief Creative Officer of Rosie Lee

Rosie Lee is a hybrid creative agency with expertise in retail design, branding and digital. Founded in the UK in 2001 and has now 4 studios worldwide. We had a word with co-founder Mark Fleming. Continue reading 5 Questions with Mark Fleming, Chief Creative Officer of Rosie Lee

5 Questions with illustrator Thomas Hedger

It’s always been for me about how I could work out everything else around me to allow me to still create rather than the other way round. I have a constant urge to draw that keeps me going – I enjoy the tactile-ness of being able to draw something and translate expression, to open a conversation about the things I look at and find interesting, pulling out the overlooked or subtle narratives of everyday life and trying to put together a story in a single image.

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An interview with multi-talented graphic designer Tom Muller

Tom is a Belgian graphic designer from Antwerp who is living and working in London for the last 12 years. For the past 11 years, he worked for a number of independent design agencies (Vir2L Studios, Lost in Space, Kleber, Studio Output), usually focussing on digital and interactive work whilst keeping a sideline of more print and brand-oriented projects. Continue reading An interview with multi-talented graphic designer Tom Muller

An interview with graphic designer Sara De Bondt

Sara is a female Belgian graphic designer, based in London. She studied graphic design for four years at Sint-Lukas Brussels and did an exchange to Universidad de Bellas Artes, Granada, Spain for three months. After graduating she did a two-year post-graduate design residency at the Jan van Eyck Akademie in Maastricht (Netherlands).  Continue reading An interview with graphic designer Sara De Bondt

An interview with fashion photographer & director Daniel Sannwald

When I was a kid, I dreamed of being a famous scientist. That I became a fashion photographer had a lot to do with my late father, who was an artist and in his short time gave me the direction of photography and design. In some ways, I am secretly still a mad scientist working with utterly fictional technology to forward my schemes. You wouldn’t catch me dead in a lab coat. Continue reading An interview with fashion photographer & director Daniel Sannwald