home: featured [ prints ]
It’s time to to adorn your walls with more great prints and we love the designs from Telegramme Paper Co. And until midnight there’s an extra good reason to shop with them – take advantage of their up-to-40% prints and fill your walls!
With a joint love of fine paper goods and the lost joy of sending and receiving post, Bobby & Kate Evans started the now award winning
Telegramme Paper Co. in London in 2014.
Now based out of their studio by the sea in Margate, they apply their unique illustration style to art prints, greetings cards, personalised gifts and stationery. As well as taking commissions from clients as varied as Penguin, Habitat, Random House, Vodafone, Warner music and Condé Nast.
They exhibit their artwork and products across Europe and the US, and are stocked in shops and galleries across the world, as well as selling from their own online store, Telegramme.co.uk
home: featured [ On A Sixpence ]
If you need something original, unique and personal graphic design print then the incredible works of On A Sixpence might be just the perfect thing.
Browse the online store for the range of designed prints relating to sport, literature and music.
I love sport, films, numbers and good design.
This is my first attempt to consolidate my interests. I complete all the research and design the prints. It’s a labour of love.
Each image is finished as a beautiful Giclee print on heavy weight Hahnemühle fine art paper to the size noted.
And each print can be customised to the buyer’s wishes.
home: made [ marquee light ]
Lights for our home come in all shapes and sizes. One particular trend that has taken off over the last couple of years is marquee style letter lights – solid letters filled with individual bulbs.
With versions popping up all over the internet and in homeware shops there are a lot to choose from, sometimes being quite pricey. Today we show you how to make your own personaliased marquee lights at a fraction of the cost.
For the best effect and to create a sturdy light you will need to cut your letters or symbols out of wood [ jigsaw needed ]. Alternatively you can get hold of pre-cut versions online from sites including Amazon and Hobby Craft [ from £2 ].
We found two great tutorials at popsugar.com and Robesondesign.com