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Nicole Miyuki   |   website  |  blog   |   shop

"Everyone experiences changes in their lives…and it is easy to get swept away in past memories and future endeavors. I have found that everyday I experience something that "grounds" me. Something that makes me stop and look around where I’m at. It may be a quote, it may be an experience, or something you said. Whatever it may be, these are things that remind me to be thankful, to be happy, and to just simply live."

I believe that less is more, that everything happens for a reason and to constantly BE PRESENT. I was taught to be humble, to always give 110% and to be a genuine soul with a happy spirit. For those who know me, understand that I am one to not have just one job. I love getting my hands in many things and living each day differently and creatively.

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3 Jul

Designer of the week (16. - 23.6.)

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Michela Picchi   |   http://behance.net/michelapicchi

Illustrator based in Rome, Italy. Everything is a visual experimentation for me, and the point is how a perceptual experience is related to visions, and how to transfer it to illustrations. It’s a matter of feelings.

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17 Jun

Quote of the week (9. - 16.6.)

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Alexandra Snowdon   |   http://snowdondesignandcraft.com

I design and produce high quality, eco-friendly cards, bags and fine art prints. Setting very high standards for myself, I take pride in my work from the original design through to the finished product.

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10 Jun

Run Rabbit Run   |   http://behance.net/runrabbitrun

Founded in 2013 by Kirsten Beets and Francois Conradie, Run Rabbit Run is an illustration and design studio based in Cape Town, South Africa.

Run Rabbit Run’s founding members met in the jungles of Patagonia where Kirsten Beets was a lowly paid research intern categorizing newly discovered fauna and flora while secretly yearning for the safety of middle management . One night while out collecting poisonous lichen she came across unusual tracks, some animal and some (gasp!) human. The human prints belonged to Francois Conradie , a professional beardsman and circus runaway who had been befriended by wolves, gradually rising through their ranks to become the leader of the pack. After fostering a friendship built on mutual respect (of hard liquor) and love (of fancy cheeses) they decided to leave the jungle and start an Illustration company on the shores of Cape Town, South Africa

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3 Jun