Seattle-based designer Misha Zadeh Graham's playfully sophisticated design menagerie is influenced by travels, books and films, colorful Persian miniatures, folk art, mid-century modern design, and the abundant flora and fauna of the Pacific Northwest.
Textile designer Jana Lam's newest collection for Wrappily is the stuff tropical dreams are made of—a juicy rainbow full of shells, pineapples, and lots of flower power.
Chrissie Van Hoever | Nuthatch Studio
NuthatchStudio.com | @nuthatchstudio
Lola Pilar Hawaii
LolaPilarHawaii.com | @LolaPilarHawaii
Kristen Reyno of Lola Pilar Hawai'i grew up on O'ahu surfing, hiking, and enjoying the life that living on an island paradise provides. Being surrounded by so much beauty, she started photographing her surrounding and a passion for photography blossomed. Lola Pilar creates contemporary art using locally sourced flowers and fruit from around the island, arranged in designs inspired by Vintage Hawaiian Quilts.
Meera Lee Patel
Meera Lee Patel is a self-taught artist and the internationally best-selling author of several books on mental and emotional health. Her signature watercolor paintings are known for their vibrant, evocative feel and are traditionally paired with thoughtful passages on living a deliberate, more introspective life.
Two Can Art
Two Can Art is the collaboration between artist, Patti Gay and her son Noah who is autistic. Noah creates all of the painted textures that become Patti’s palette to create images from.
SandraHutter.com | @SandraHutterDesigns
Sandra Hutter is an Illustrator and Surface Pattern Designer, currently based in the beautiful city of Vienna, Austria. She creates designs covering a vast variety of playful themes, hip trends, and popular subjects that resonate well with children and adults. Her signature style of designing colorful, bold, cheerful, and playful illustrations and patterns is inspired by her myriad travels to many countries.
KimSielbeck.com | @KimSielbeck
Kim is an illustrator, painter, and surface designer. Her colorful, fun illustrations can be found on packaging, clothing, in magazines, and on murals throughout the world. She was born in Alaska, and moved all around the United States as a Coast Guard brat. Kim was greatly influenced by her few years living in Hawai’i as a child, and moved back in 2017 after eleven years in New York City.
mynameislauren.com | @LaurenRothArt
Hawaii-based fine artist, Lauren Roth, has been creating for as long as she can remember. Layers of dreamy colors, organic shapes, and mixed mediums (watercolor, acrylic, ink, and paint markers, to name a few) invite you to explore her interpretation of the breathtaking scenery of her everyday surroundings. Although art is her passion, Lauren finds the most joy in making people smile through her work.
nadiahassan.com | @bynadiahassan
Nadia Hassan is an artist and designer from Greensboro, NC. Nadia’s signature style is defined by bold graphics, clean lines, cheerful colors and a healthy dose of playfulness.
Kealopiko, founded by Ane Bakutis, Jamie Makasobe, & Hina Kneubuhl, is a Hawaiian fashion company that specializes in telling the stories of the native plants, animals, language, and people of Hawaiʻi. Much of their clothing is made with organic cotton and eco-friendly materials, and their boutique ALL Aloha line is handcrafted on the island of Molokai. Kealopiko's mission to mālama ʻāina (reduce their impact on lands both in and out of Hawaiʻi) is carried through in their commitment to donate 2% of profits to organizations working to perpetuate Hawaiian culture and environmental stewardship.
E ʻaʻahu nō a hoʻohanohano i ka ʻāina nei! — Wear it and honor this place!
For over eighteen years, Scott has produced work for the social expressions industry, as well as a diverse range of editorial and corporate clients. His creative philosophy is to combine his expertise in color palettes with skillful painting and digital techniques to provide unique artwork that is “trend conscious” and appealing.
www.gisellehuberman.com | @giselle.huberman
Giselle is a graphic designer with 20+ years of creations under her belt. She lives a happy life in Buenos Aires with her husband, two sons, and the family dog. Her art work is wide ranging; colorful, bold, graphically detailed and carefully designed.
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Heleen van den Thillart
heleenvandenthillart.nl | @heleen_vd_thillart
Heleen lives in Rotterdam with her family and is a winner of our 2016 Earth Day Design Contest. One smart cookie, Heleen has bachelor degrees in both industrial design engineering and graphic design. Just as comfortable sketching planes and space crafts, Heleen applies her technical skill to creating playful patterns and great typography for her self-run graphic design company.
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hollizollinger.com | @hollizollinger
The color theory, textures and patterns that surround her daily life energized endlessly inspired by her desert home of Moab, Utah,. Over time she has worked tenaciously at refining her self-taught illustration and surface design skills and is now a world-renowned designer. In love with the creative process that captures a conceptual spark and extrapolates it into a full collection, Holli's hugely diverse design portfolio has caught the eye of major brands like Urban Outfitters, Target, Nordstrom, and Anthropologie.
tatiabaurre.com | @tatiabaurre
Tati finds the beauty in everyday adding a touch of cuteness to everything she creates. Specialising in patters for kids, her artistry definitely plays on the heartstrings of adults too!
She lives in Ljubljana, Slovenia, with her husband and her son Leo, who is her greatest inspiration.
goldiemoran.co.uk | @goldiemoran
Goldie is a creative graphic designer and illustrator based in Stockport, UK with 20 years of design experience. She is a freelance digital illustrator and also draws personalized portraits from photographs. Her design is a fan favorite from the 2018 Earth Day Design Contest.
Portfolio | @sanna.kallio | linktr.ee/sanna.kallio
Sanna Kallio is a Finnish illustrator, graphic designer, and surface pattern designer. Her portfolio includes magazine layouts, illustrations, comics, and more! Her cute and cuddly lamb meadow double-sided wrapping paper is a fan favorite of Wrappily's Earth Day Design Contest. A great choice for wrapping baby shower gifts and more!
tamarahoutveen.nl | @tamarahoutveen
Smile-inducing patterns are cornerstone of Tamara's artwork. Becoming an illustrator and surface pattern designer was a natural fit for Tamara, who has been doodling on graph paper since she was a kid growing up in Amersfoort, the Netherlands. Designing for everyday life, her major inspirations are nature, vintage graphics, and traveling. Oh, and her pet budgies (parakeets) who love to listen to hip hop and AC/DC. We're smiling already.
Lehua is a creative director based in New York City with her main muse, a deaf Japanese Chin named Ernesto. Whether hand-glittered or letterpressed, all of her fine stationery features original artwork on luxurious, but most importantly, eco-friendly papers.
Esther Fallon Lau
Esther describes herself as an ex-political advisor who found salvation and boundless joy through reinvention as a self-taught surface pattern designer. Her work is primarily nature based, featuring playful florals, fauna, fantasy landscapes, and geometric patterns. Esther’s designs take on-trend themes and deliver them with an off-beat twist.
Paper Pony Co. is a line of stationery by Talia Gavish. Ponies by nature are temperamental and feisty. They may be cute, but there’s always an element of surprise. Our own style is inspired by this sense of spirit. We only partner with manufacturers who uphold our standard of quality and ethics and continue to take strides to leave a small but mighty environmental hoof print behind! Based in Berkley, CA.