posted on 12th of january, 2010

As I said in my last post, it is really hard to find out where my stuff ends up being applied (and under which license), but when I do, most times, I am happy to report, they are used in items I wouldn’t mind have sitting in the living room, lying on the bed, hanging on the wall or sitting on shelf… not at all! ;-) (read more...)

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Photo credits: Leonardo Cortes.

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LittleLion Studio is a small shop specialized in designing vector art and illustrations for a wide array of applications, from the textile industry with focus on children’s apparel to both, print and online advertisement campaigns. Their seamless patterns and graphics sets can be easily found at the most unsuspicious places and items, gracefully embellishing the most delicate letterpress stationery, stamped on charming tool boxes, adorning the nursery’s walls, gently dressing little babies or framed in for their elegance in the living room. The Studio’s talent is easily accessible by ... [Read more]

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