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LMNOP Magazine - Issue 17
Call them pins, buttons or badges – with the Sukie Button Factory you’ll have a lapel-ful of little works of art in no time. Inside you’ll find 26 fabulous cotton fabric designs, an easy, one-step button-covering device, metal pin backs and fronts, instructions and loads of great project ideas to get you started.
Sukie Button Factory, [Read More]
Little Cube’s founder, designer Sarah Betz, cut her teeth in a French design company, creating for companies like Habitat and anne-clare petit. Now she’s started her own Paris-based design studio, Little Cube, producing her own original patterns for kids’ textiles, stationery and wallpapers.
Released in February this year, her latest range of wallpapers has been designed exclusively [Read More]
Finding affordable and non-mimsy art for the kids’ walls just got a little bit easier. UK-based Mat Mabe is an industrial designer-turned-graphic designer-turned games designer-turned-tech company director and charity trustee. His eye-catching Animal Alphabet in Primitive Portraits collection has allowed him to explore “long-sat-on graphic concepts around simplifications, reduction and geometry” in his “relatively new” [Read More]
If you can tear yourself away from Blabla’s delicious range of knitted and cloth dolls, you’ll love poring over Petit Home, their brand-new collection of modern soft goods for kids. Founder Florence Wetterwald and her team began with a series of original fabric creations, including a pretend knit stitch, hand-drawn stars and a child’s notebook [Read More]