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.
Tomás Hijo’s artwork based on worlds by Tolkien and Lovecraft have garnered attention all over the world.