Make your own wall art with Mollie Makes

Make your own wall art - calendar

When we say ‘make your own wall art’, we basically mean use our papers, gifts and projects to decorate your walls because if you’re anything like us, you’ll enjoy experimenting and changing up your art on the regular. And that can be an expensive habit. Instead, we’re opting for swapping in different illustrations and projects that complement… Continue reading

Mollie Makes meets Flora Waycott

Illustrator Flora Waycott

Illustrator Flora Waycott on how her designs are inspired by nature, her travels and her home.

Meet the maker: Interview with New Designer winner Kezia Hulse

Kezia Husle interview

Back in July, we were lucky enough to work with New Designers, sponsoring an Associate Prize in their Illustration category. New Designers showcases some of the best new design graduates, and our Editor Yvette and Art Editor Sarah were blown away at the incredible work and range of styles at the event. It was a tough decision but a… Continue reading

Mollie Makes meets Clover Robin

Clover Robin's studio

Clover Robin on how her travels inspire her collage designs and why she has more adhesives than you can shake a stick at…

Mollie Makes meets Mel Smith Designs

Mel Smith Designs

Illustrator Mel tells us how her travels inspire her drawings, and why we should shop small this Christmas…

Mollie Makes meets Jacqueline Colley

Jacqueline Colley in her studio

Mollie Makes Handmade Awards Winner Jacqueline tells us what inspires her patterns and shares her top illustration tips…

Mollie Makes meets Jane Foster

Jane Foster

Mollie Makes Handmade Awards judge Jane Foster reveals how winning a Mollie Makes award boosted her business and how she stays inspired…

Mollie Makes meets Papio Press

Papio Press Zanna Goldhawk

Illustrator Zanna Goldhawk tells us why working with her husband Harry as Papio Press is a labour of love…

23 hashtags for Illustrators

For illustrators who want to draw attention to their work, using the right hashtag is the perfect way to get your art seen by others.  So, pop down your pencil (just for a minute), take your sketchbook scribbles, pick up your camera and grow your online audience with these helpful hashtags.

Travel sketchbook: Win a Citysketch London

Doodle your way around London with Melissa Wood’s Citysketch series. Enter our competition to win three Citysketch London books