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Inside the Designer’s Studio with Laura Fisk

Inside the Designer’s Studio with Laura Fisk

The creator of memorable screenprinted characters like the Pancake Monster, Artist Laura Fisk grew up on the East Coast and called New York home for 10 years. She recently said goodbye to her Brooklyn studio and relocated to Austin, TX. From across the country, Laura opens the doors to her new studio to us and shares about embracing an unfamiliar work space, making art in a new city, and creating a happy place.
Meet Naomi Meller, iPhone Case Design Challenge Winner

Meet Naomi Meller, iPhone Case Design Challenge Winner

Every new design challenge fills us with such excitement! It is inspiring to see the passion, emotion, and wit in the artists' stories behind their unique designs. The iPhone Case Design Challenge brought in over 100 entries and the opportunity for artists to share the paintings, sketches, and graphic designs they have created.
Matthew Amey’s ‘End of Innocence’ Jumps into our Collection

Matthew Amey’s ‘End of Innocence’ Jumps into our Collection

With every new design challenge comes the chance to step into the minds and lives of some of America’s budding designers. The Wall Art challenge brought in over 100 entries and an opportunity for artists to tell a personal story through the paintings, sketches and digital graphics they have created.
Inside the Designer’s Studio with Claudia Pearson

Inside the Designer’s Studio with Claudia Pearson

Claudia Pearson is the designer behind the 4 Seasons Tea Towels and one of our newest UncommonGoods artists. She is not a new name around Brooklyn flea markets and I have admired her commercial work and illustrations for cooking magazines, so I was excited to visit her sunny studio and learn about her craft and her business.
Inside the Designer’s Studio with Laura Lobdell

Inside the Designer’s Studio with Laura Lobdell

We want to give you an exclusive look inside the minds of our uncommon artists. For Laura, there is no real division between her shop and her art; it all comes from the same place in her imaginative mind. Collections of objects which seem to have drifted together out of their desire to express Laura's poetic sensibility share shop space with pieces of her art--and of course, her jewelry.