It’s a work day for Sarah Parker, and she is knee-deep in paper, glue, and half drunken cups of tea. While this East London-based creative may have studied primarily with pen and pencil, graduating from Illustration at the University of Brighton, she is most known and
I recently stumbled on the work of Finnish set designer Jenni Juurinen and instantly liked her minimalistic and very Scandinavian style. Here are some of my favorite sets from her portfolio, I’m sure you’ll find plenty of cool ideas for your home. Enjoy!
In the past we introduced you to the British master-handcraft artist Kyle Bean and his amazing paper watches and window displays. Here is his latest ‘Soft Guerilla” series of weapons made from harmless materials for a feature article centered around the topic of ‘Guerilla Gardening’ and ‘Yarn Bombing’, photographed by Sam Hofman for German ‘Cut [...]
Here is the work of talented German food and prop stylist Dietlind Wolf. Wolf uses meticulously colors, porcelain, paper, metal and textiles to stage these amazing food editorials. Very original work, these could give you inspiration for your table settings. Love it.
Fred Butler is a props stylist and accessories designer based in London. Directed by Elisha Smith-Leverock and styled by Kim Howells her a/w 2011 “Incandescent Meta-morph-incessant” collection pieces, are mixture of colorful geometric shapes and luminescent materials unite with the dreamlike visual aesthetic of the director to create perhaps this great fashion film.
Very talented British handcraft artist/prop stylist Kyle Bean can do anything you want with cardboard, paper or matchstick. Currently working freelance, he has been involved in projects for a variety of clients including a viral animation for the BBC, editorial illustrations for the NY Times Magazine and window displays for Selfridges, Liberty and Hermes.
We featured Sasa Antic’s work back in 2009 and he recently send us an email saying ‘thank you’ for all the inspiration we have giving him. Well Sasa, thank you for giving us the ability to inspire others as well. With a beautiful portfolio, here is some of Sasa’s updated work. Still amazing….
I love Swedish stylist Camilla Krishnaswamy’s eye for composition. Her still life’s are always extremely well balanced and combined to depict a kind of photographic narrative or mood. You can see quite a range of styles in her portfolio including works with a light-hearted humor, a rustic warmth, or a sterile contemporariness.
Call her interior stylist, prop-stylist or set designer, Swedish Lo Bjurulf does all of those to perfection, with a typical Scandinavian signature style. She makes Ikea look like a million bucks! Every single one of her sets looks like it came from a trend book. Often featured in Elle Interiör, she
The Society Inc is interior stylist Sibella Court’s love project, a prop salon located in Paddington, Westminster UK, that gives birth to a new thematic landscape 4 times a year. Court’s gypsy spirit travels the world searching for inspiration big and small which she translates into concepts for the salon’s themes and then titles with [...]