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LoveHandle Design Club was born out of our LOVE for arts and has been manifested into an ongoing collaboration with the art & design community to highlight amazing designers through their creation of custom LoveHandle collections. A portion of proceeds from each collection go directly to support the creating artist.
Support each artist by shopping and sharing their limited-edition LoveHandle collection.
The Tiny Garden Design Studio run by designer Maria Vashchuk. Maria’s studio is situated in beautiful Haarlem, the Netherlands, and is surrounded by a garden.
On most days, you can find Maria doodling in her atelier or enjoying a cup of tea in her tiny urban garden, listening to the songs of birds, and observing the life and relocation of the local cats' community.
Sarah Jean Bryson is a British born artist and illustrator living in sunny California. She is best known for her bright loose watercolor pieces. She also loves playing with a variety of different mediums, color palettes, and techniques.
Ask her what her ‘artistic style’ is and she’s proud to admit it’s “a little bit of everything.” Whether she’s creating loose florals, travel sketches, tiny landscapes, or abstract paint drops, the one true consistency is her goal to be creative every single day.
Shanna Mills is the designer and illustrator behind Shanna Lynne Designs. Having grown up surrounded by the Wasatch Mountain Range, she has found inspiration in the beauty around her. Not only does she stop and smell the roses, she draws them too.
With this inspiration at her finger tips, Shanna creates her floral patterns using water colors, ink or digital design, often a mix of all mediums. Inspired by wood block line art and her love of texture and color Shanna’s patterns are colorful yet dynamic in texture.
Jayshree Sharma is an artist, graphic designer and illustrator based in India. She started her career as an illustrator and designer about five years ago while she was still in college. She studied journalism and mass communication, rejected a job in journalism to make it as a freelance designer so that she can choose what she wanted to create.
She started her own clothing brand called Peeekaboo in 2020 where she designs all sorts of cool stuff. She is self taught and never took an art or design lesson.
Tishya Oedit is a surface pattern designer from the Netherlands. Some of her favourite subjects to draw are flowers, animals and buildings. Her artwork has appeared on apparel, accessories and wall art among other things.
Helena Nilsson is a Swedish surface designer who especially loves to create floral and geometric patterns. Her designs have been licensed for use on a wide range of products, such as tech accessories, giftwrap, apparel and quilt fabric.
Though her finished patterns are all vector-based, they usually begin as simple pen drawings. The motifs are then brought into Adobe Illustrator and lovingly assembled into repeat patterns with a harmonious flow. The nature that surround her is an important source of inspiration, as well as her scandinavian heritage, vintage textiles, favorite books and music.
Leonard the PupArtist
Leonard is a 2-year-old Border Collie who lives in Fairfax, Virginia. He is a trickster extraordinaire, but one of his favorite pastimes is painting! His artwork has been featured in galleries all over the US, London and most recently he worked on a collaboration piece that was sent to Bangkok for Belinda Carlisle of the Go-Gos!
His artistic style can vary from day to day and most recently he has begun to explore abstract spill art! He loves making people smile through his art!
Sarah Ossitt is the owner and designer of Sazerelli Designs, based in Sydney, Australia. Her designs are fun and modern, and reflect her love of all things colourful.
Sarah has been brought up surrounded by fabric, and has always loved crafting and creating. She has her own range of greeting cards, and her designs can be found on fabric, kitchenware and home décor.
Chi Hey Lee
Chi Hey Lee is a Los Angeles based graphic designer who was born and raised in South Korea. She started her career as a web designer and a Flash animator in 2000. After two years of hard work designing web pages, she felt the need for fresh ideas and education.
She came to the United States and studied Graphic Design at ArtCenter College of Design after attending the Fashion Institute Design & Merchandising. Both schools provided her with great knowledge and new perspectives about fashion, graphics, and industrial design, enabling her to be a multidisciplinary designer.
Tati Abaurre is a Brazilian pattern designer and illustrator. An illustrator of everything cute and sweet, Tati wonderfully finds the beauty in the everyday adding a touch of cuteness to everything she creates. Specialising in patterns for kids, her artistry definitely plays on the heartstrings of adults too!
She lives in Ljubljana, Slovenia, with her husband and her son Leo, who is her greatest inspiration.
Amanda Kammarada is a lettering artist and author based in Tampa, FL. Her work is inspired by the magic in and all around us. Amanda's mission is to use lettering and illustration to promote positivity, kindness and self-love.
In Spring 2020, Amanda released "The Hand Lettering Workbook", a book that teaches others to discover the magic of lettering. When she isn't lettering, Amanda enjoys spending time with family, watching Harry Potter and doing yoga.
Faith Henke, head designer and owner of Artsy Affirmations, is a graphic designer and illustrator from Southern Utah.
She is best known for her work at Artsy Affirmations, a creative studio created by Faith and her sister. Her work there includes bright illustrations, fun hand-lettering, and inspiring graphics centered around mental health and pop culture. She is passionate about creating art that sparks conversation and creates positive change, and loves working on projects that combine the two.
Tiffany Wong, of Maylay Co., is a surface pattern designer from Toronto, Canada. She creates patterns and products with a fun, fresh and feel-good design using soft, modern palettes. She draws inspiration for her work from nature, travel experiences and everyday life in the city. Currently, Tiffany has collaborated with companies in the home décor, stationery, baby and accessories industries. As well, she has her own line of gift and stationery products.
I’m Polina Oshu, a surface pattern designer currently based in Riga, Latvia. I received a degree in graphic design at the University of Industrial Technologies and Design in St. Petersburg, Russia.
I love to create floral and abstract patterns for printing on textile, paper goods or any other support. I design artworks to be executed in knitting and make illustrations for packaging, books and practically anything.
Lauren Lesley Studio
Lauren Poole, of Lauren Lesley Studio, is an artist, surface pattern designer, and illustrator. She worked as a textile designer for 7 years and her rug designs have sold in retailers such as Target and Anthropologie. She is wildly passionate about pattern, design and product development.
From the time she was a young girl growing up in Spartanburg, SC, Lauren has been obsessed with making art to express herself. She went on to earn a B.F.A. in Studio Art with a concentration in oil painting before finding ways to make career from her passion.
Ilana Griffo a lettering artist and Author in Upstate New York. I’m mostly sweet, but also a bit salty. I do a lot of things, but turns out, only a few of them well. Lettering, illustration, design work, eating pizza, cheering on bike racers, and taste-testing chocolate. I love working on playful, visually tasteful and purposeful design projects. I have a love for delicious design and I get overly excited when brainstorming with my clients about projects. After becoming an adjunct professor, Ilana became passionate about helping others pursue their creative passion, which inspired my first book, Mind Your Business.
Illustrator and surface designer based in Bangkok, Thailand. She earned her BFA in Communication Design. She has worked in a graphic design field before becoming an illustrator and surface designer. She is passionate about creating work with watercolor and mostly inspired by Asian folk art, wildlife creatures and botanical. Her work is playful with complexity of natural shapes, colors and textures.
Amanda Grace Design
Professional. Creative. Beautiful.
Combining trained technological expertise and innate artistry, Amanda Grace Design has grown from a dream and become a captivating reality of drawing and design. Self-taught artist, Mandy Corcoran, has honed her keen eye and natural talent into a profitable design business full of unique patterns, colorful palettes, playful sketches, and sophisticated motifs. When Mandy is not executing her role as CEO of her husband and three inspiring children, she is drawing and creating new pieces and patterns for the world to enjoy.
Teresa's passion for design began as a young child, sitting hours at a time in her grandfather's tailoring business in San Francisco. She was mesmerized by the beautifully patterned fabrics as he worked tirelessly.
The relationship between the images and the patterns they formed enchanted her, and became a language she could fully express herself with.She loves entering her studio studio, connecting with inspiration, and producing patterns that people enjoy having in their life.
Is a surface pattern designer, letterer, and illustrator. She is inspired by botanicals in her design work. Kathryn worked many years as a florist and that experience has influenced her design work.
She works in both pen and ink and digitally to create her beautiful and intricate floral designs. When not designing you can find Kathryn and her daughter on a hike enjoying nature or playing tennis.
Michelle is an illustrator and surface pattern designer from New York City. She fell in love with textiles and patterns while getting my BFA in Textile/Surface Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Michelle loves to work with a bright, fun color palette and draws inspiration from nature and everyday life.
Diane is founder and lead designer at CoraVina. She creates intricately painted silk scarves with the art of water marbling. Painting on water is a delicate mix of creativity and chemistry, this rare painting method often amazes newcomers.
Diane is inspired by everything from colorful birds to bold architecture and encourages her students to, "Live Colorfully." Diane often leads her followers on live social media painting sessions where they vote on pictures to use as inspiration. She loves to create one of a kind pieces of art that make the wearer feel beautiful.
Lou is a popular freelance artist and owner of the acclaimed Messy Heart Studio, where she creates everything from large abstract floral murals to art inspired sling bags.
She specializes in personalized gallery wall art including hand drawn watercolor landmark prints and custom illustrations. Lou is a fan favorite with the locals as she brings their hometown landmarks to life on paper through her beautiful illustrations.
Liz Kohler Brown
Liz is an artist, designer, and author who creates bold and vibrant surface designs, lettering projects, and illustrations. After earning a Master of Fine Arts degree in 2013, she followed her passion of creating art and teaching workshops around the world online and in person.
Liz gathers inspiration from her travels, nature, and vintage signs and books, and incorporates them into surface designs, lettering, and illustrations. All of her designs and lettering are created by hand-starting with rough sketches and ending with finished designs in digital or printed form.
Peggy is a nationally recognized freelance artist, best-selling author and award-winning educator. She is the founder of The Pigeon Letters—a platform to inspire and provide resources to anyone with a passion to create.
Peggy's art features bright and vivid designs full of an abundance of color and flowers, inspired by the nature around us. She lives and works in Portland, OR with her wife and two fur babies.
Alli is the hands and heart behind Alli K Design. She has created a name for herself using her unique drawing style and staple black and white color palette. As a visual artist and illustrator, Alli is on a mission to inspire others to create beautiful things; This has led her to publishing two books, “How to Draw Modern Florals” and “Florals by Hand”, as well as recording a weekly podcast with her dad called “Breakfast with Sis.” When she is not out painting murals, you can find Alli in her studio drinking sweet tea.
Brian is an educator in North Houston where he teaches junior high math awhile also his spare time is spent teaching a master class in pour art.
Brian says this about art: “Anyone can do it and make it uniquely their own. This is an all-inclusive, therapeutic activity; I love that about art.”