Ohh Deer is an online shop showcasing the work of 35 illustrators. It's lovely to see each illustrators individual style and how it relates to the products available to buy (click on collections). The product varies from home and gifting to fashion and accessories.
I spotted James Worton's work on Instagram and really liked seeing his style of fonts and hand lettering. He's got a mix of handwriting from thin to bold to scripty and decorative. It's great to see his tools too.
Alice Milnes is a London-based print designer and card designer.
Her designs stem from the artwork and illustrations she creates of her surroundings that are then are developed through Illustrator and Photoshop. She describes her work as bold, contemporary and above all happy, as she she enjoys designing unique prints and products that make homes and life that little bit brighter.
To find out more about Alice visit her website and follow her on Twitter.
Morwenna is a passionate textile designer who specialises in constructed textiles and also loves print. Morwenna also occasionally tries her hand at photography and embroidery.
Morwenna is currently entering into her second year studying textile design at Birmingham City University. She is fully immersed in design, and she's loving it. As a weaver her designs can be quite abstract at times but she loves to explore image based designs within her print work. Morwenna is very versatile and can produce designs for both Fashion and Interiors.
To find out more about Morwenna visit her website.
The dining scene is changing and there are more and more pop up restaurants and private dining experiences on offer around the country.
The Disappearing Dining Club brings people together for dining experiences in unusual places. Think warehouses, shops, churches and salvage yards to name a few. You can even have a wedding in a secret spot.
The website has locations in London, Manchester and the South West.
Laura Slater creates bespoke pattern, textile surfaces and interior product printed by hand.
Informed by the interaction of colour and shape, Laura's designs focuses on the translation of drawing and surface through hand printed processes. Laura's interest lies in the engagement with pattern and it’s ability to connect people to the environments around them. She explores this by her approach to drawing, process, materials and product. Laura aims to create arresting and directional printed objects for everyday use within the home.
Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2007, Laura run her busy studio and print workshop in West Yorkshire.