Kate’s Place

art prints in kate's home

                                          When Kate’s not running design agency Studio Alexander or finding awesome new designers and art prints for endemicworld, she loves a bit of reno and interior decorating. Her colourful and creative family home, a 1950’s […]

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Meet the artists: an interview with Evie Kemp

evie kemp art prints

Bright eye-popping colours, that rough hand-drawn style, a little wink of darkness… there’s no mistaking an Evie Kemp design. Evie started her illustration business back in 2009 with a line of animal fabrics, and now – along with her art prints – sells clothing, gift-cards and textiles, all adorned with animals from friendly to fierce. […]

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Meet the artists: an interview with Flox

Flox (Hayley King) is one of the leading stencil-based artists in New Zealand today. endemicworld is lucky enough to be one of her few chosen stockists – selling open edition Flox art prints and limited edition screen prints. Flox’s distinctive vine and floral style has also made its way onto her own women’s fashion line, […]

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Dog Brothers Interview

Nothing beats hanging out with our favourite artists in their element producing artwork. We were at Karousel in Grey Lynn where Ean Dog works part time and prints his art & t-shirt brand Dog Brothers. You don’t realise the skill these artists have until you spend time with them doing this kind of thing. We […]

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Interview with Artist Greg Straight

Photos: Greg Straight (pimp leather jacket) being interviewed by Elliot in the studio library. How and when did you become interested in art? From year dot really. I can’t remember not drawing! I’d spend hours sketching space ships and army soldiers, monsters and cars. It was like a bit of an obsession, a healthy one […]

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Designer Interview: Eleanor Smith

Eleanor Smith aka Miss Ellie May is one talented Kiwi. Graphic designer by day and busy creative after hours producing her range of designer goods plus underground magazine Extra Curricular. Today we speak to her about life as a multi-disciplined designer/illustrator/packaging designer/magazine publisher… In what order did all this happen? Have you always been designing/illustrating […]

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Designer Interview: Sarah Maxey

Wellington based graphic artist Sarah Maxey has a style most of us wish we had. From award-winning work on literary books and working on the Nice Work brand with fellow Wellingtonians Sarah has got mad skill, we quickly catch up between jobs. Have you always been into graphic art? What’s the journey been so far? […]

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