Posts in Collaborations
Event Recap: Teaching Hand Lettering At The Creating For Good Conference

Just about a week ago I had the pleasure of joining the Creating For Good team to teach a hand lettering workshop in their first ever creative conference here in London. Creating For Good came together earlier this year and has been making ground in their mission to give back to the word.

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Learn Hand Lettering At The Creating For Good Creative Conference In London

Today I am ever so happy to announce I'll be teaching a hand lettering workshop at the Creating For Good Creative Conference on the 7th of May in London! If you haven't heard of Creating For Good, let me just fill you in because you need to know about these amazing ladies.

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Makers for Makers: Morgan Dyer

When you think about an artist, you envision someone immersing themselves in what they do for the sake of creation. Someone that has the empowering force to transform feelings and memories into something that makes you stop in your tracks, wanting to know more.

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Commissioned: Travel Drawings For The Global Creator

Back in the early fall I was commissioned to do a travel inspired illustration series. To be asked to do this was one of the best ah-the-world-gets-me moments. Over the past couple of months, I've been sharing a little bit about them on my art Instagram but since I have been getting a lot of inquiries about where to purchase, I figured I would open the book a little further to share my process and to better direct you all.

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Makers for Makers: Run Wild Child Co

Today I am so excited to bring you another Makers for Makers feature! Ashley Turner is the empowering lady behind Run Wild Child Co, a brand that screams adventure through it's unique handmade shirts. I was lucky enough to connect and cross paths with her thanks to the this very community of uplifting souls.

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Makers for Makers: Grace Gulley

Los Angeles based artist, Grace Gulley, and I crossed paths a few months back and I was instantly in love with the work she does not just in the studio but for other creatives as well. As a maker herself and the founder of CYL Collective she is the true definition of what Makers for Makers stands for.

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Makers for Makers: Vacilando Quilting Co

Laura Preston of Vacilando Quilting Co is a very unique soul. After traveling around North America with her fiancé, she now is settling into the Bay Area. She spends her hours crafting beautiful modern quilts in her Airstream home.

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Makers for Makers: Ashley Provencher

Half way through my college career I transferred to Montserrat College of Art. It was a strange jump to go from a State university to a small private art school of under 500 students so it took time to adjust. In my second semester, I met a girl who would become my roommate my senior year and that is where Ashley comes into my life.

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Makers for Makers: pidge pidge

Vanessa Lauria is an extremely talented weaver and maker. She discovered her love for the craft in college where she began exploring the colors of fibers and finding her own way amongst the medium. After some years, she finally took the leap to start her own studio, pidge pidge.

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Makers for Makers: Michal Friese

Based in Germany, Michal Friese creates eye catching work with an undeniable passion. I've enjoyed following Michal's artistic journey for awhile now and she continues to surprise and amaze me with her moon creations. It was an honor to get to finally interview her for our Makers for Makers series.

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Makers for Makers: Hello Laura Jane

Hello Laura Jane is the workings of the amazing female artist, Laura Jane Baker. The Sydney based paper cut studio is nothing short of amazing. The dedication to time, detail, and beauty is evident in each and every piece as is the patience that Laura must have to be able to work in such a delicate medium.

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Makers for Makers: Antlers + Honey (Now Kira Gulley Art)

Kira's intricately detailed illustrations inspired by nature are soul-softening-ly beautiful. You might be wondering what that means (since I've just made that word up)—you know that feeling you get when all the stress releases from your body?

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Makers for Makers: Light & Letter Photography

Breanne and I crossed paths awhile back—I couldn't be happier that we did! The life that she has built with her husband is simple, beautiful, and honest (not to mention they have a beyond cute little boy that is guaranteed to steal your heart in an instant).

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Makers for Makers: Gretchen Powers Film + Photo

Gretchen and I just recently crossed paths but were instantly connected by our New England roots. She resides in Portland, Maine—a place that just might have the number one spot in my heart. It only seemed destined (in my opinion) that we should get chatting.

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Makers for Makers: Knotty Bloom

Nalani of Knotty Bloom is a maker based out of Tauranga, New Zealand. Though very far a part, we luckily crossed paths through other makers through Instagram. Her hand crafted macramé plant hangers are items that help cozy up a home with their integrate details and and timeless designs.

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Makers for Makers: Handmade Sam*Made (Now Hemleva)

I met Samantha how I seem to meet most other makers—on Instagram. Her simplistic, artistic, and cohesive approach to her work instantly captivated me. The delicate geometric structures are unique and just down right stunning.

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Makers for Makers: Three Leaves Co

Three Leaves Co was started by Annmarie, a fellow free spirt who wholeheartedly believes in living a life of adventure. A girl after my own heart. Her company is inspiring, authentic, and the true meaning of down-to-earth.

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Makers for Makers: The Wild Standard

Linsey and Tara are the hard working creative duo behind The Wild Standard producing high quality handmade flags that are guaranteed to stop you in your tracks. That's how I discovered them at least. The flags are simple, natural, and just down right stunning.

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Collaboration: Simple Stamp Branding With Sea of Atlas & Lumi

Shortly after our new Sea of Atlas logo reveal on social media, Lumi reached out to do a fun collaboration. Our whole branding journey has been eye opening and truly directly from our souls so we were anxious to test out our new logo using their custom rubber stamp!

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Makers for Makers: The Empowering Creative Community & Movement

We are here to introduce a new series to the Sea of Atlas journal called Makers for Makers. We're calling for an empowering creative movement with the hope to bring attention to other makers who continue to inspire us to keep doing what we are doing with all our passion.

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