I am so happy to share a collaboration I did recently with Hiraiwa in Japan! The collection is based around my Ethereal Jungle collection, and includes some super fun products like notebooks, pencil cases, washi tapes (always a favourite!!), paperclips, little plastic pouch/folders and more! I believe these items are available through retailers in Japan like Tokyo Hands and more. If you speak Japanese and would like to get your hands on these, this press release might help point you in the right direction. Otherwise, please enjoy these images of them, below!
It’s available on Peking’s retail website, Makers Collective — sometimes their stock moves quickly, in which case, this set is also currently available for sale at Target, Wayfair, Amazon and even more online shops while supplies last (and perhaps other places if you google Mayflower Blush Quilt Set!). Mayflower is an ode to springtime, when new life begins to pop up underfoot, and the landscape becomes more colourful, vibrant, playful and lush (so, basically, inspired by what’s happening - right - now!). Designed to be a celebration of colour, nature and form, I hope this quilt introduces an extra dollop of richness, comfort and beauty into your morning and night, and has you dreaming of plentiful meadows. The quilt is reversible, and it comes with two pillow shams, all beautifully quilted. A few more peeks below!
I recently did a workshop at Second Home, my coworking space in Lisbon. The space is filled to the brim with plants which is one of my favourite things about working there, so we thought it would be fun to use the plants as the inspiration for the workshop, titled How to Draw Plants! I had fun teaching the class, always so exciting to see the light in people’s eyes when they are doing something creative and enjoying (and surprising) themselves. I also had fun whipping up a little handout for everyone to take home with them, so I thought it would be fun to share here as a download for you to use if you’re not sure where to start when it comes to drawing plants, or just want someone to hold your hand through the process a bit. These are things I think about when I draw plants! If you’d like the full PDF, you can download it here. And a few peeks at the workspace/inspiration, below :)