It wasn’t until reconnecting with her Okinawan roots that watercolor illustrator Flor Kaneshiro truly found her style.
Katnipp Studios’ Catherine Kay turned a corner of her new office into a creative pastel wonderland.
Australian artist and illustrator Claudia Osborn (AKA Maus Haus) uses earthy tones and eye-catching color combinations in her incredible artwork.
Steve Casino sculpts peanut shells, coke cans, and other miscellaneous junk into incredible miniature pop art.
With a cookie tin full of tools and a comfortable spot on the sofa, Ed Mironiuk creates adorable needle-felt sculptures.
Switching production methods turned Sarah K Patro’s stamp-making business into a true breadwinner for her family.
Under the brand Paola’s Pixels, Paola designs pins, stickers, and more inspired by tabletop RPGs like Dungeons and Dragons.
Using recycled and locally-sourced materials, Catherine Marche designs unique jewellery from her tiny London-based workshop.
From a hands-free oreo dispenser to a full-size hovercraft, nothing is off limits for The Practical Engineer.
Alisha Ing, AKA iWouldRatherKnot, borrows from textile and fashion design for her stunning macrame pieces.