Todays Two is designed and handmade by the gorgeous Olivia Bullock aka YOKE.

Olivia Bullock is a Lewes based artist and illustrator. Her work draws inspiration from a broad spectrum of historical cultural references as well as contemporary influences from personal experience as a former fashion illustrator. 

Olivia's work is entirely hand painted, using a combination of gouache and watercolour on paper, which is then cut out and assembled to create a multi layered collage. 

We Love, love, love her special TWO she did for us, you can see how she layers her pieces with beautiful texture and colour.

Super Science 2015

Olivia often uses pop culture to add a real and humorous feel to her work. For example checkout the adidas tracksuit and Birkenstock sandals on the piece above.

Much of her inspiration is gathered from legends, stories, history and traditions. Her invented beasts, masked beings, dysfunctional and ridiculous characters occupy a captivating, and brilliant mythological world. 

Ceremonial from Super Science 2015

Her characters often have no emotional presence or identity and are often hidden from view, leaving your imagination to fill the gaps. 

Olivia did the artwork for Steve Masons latest Album pictured above called 'Meet the Humans' for Domino records. She also collaborated on the video 'Planet Sizes' which is well worth a watch ( link below ).

Anhematonic from Musicology 2014

Olivia created the accessories label YOKE in 2015. We fell in love with YOKE the moment she showed us and I'm especially enjoying this seasons coloured and white ropes which have gone down a storm!

If you would like to see more of Olivia's awesome work go to her website....

You can shop her YOKE collection at


Todays TWO design is by the Brighton born super talented Camilla Perkins.

Camilla is an Illustrator who can put her hand to any medium. She derives inspiration from the oddities of life, whether human, flora or fauna, and since graduating from the University of Westminster in 2012 she has worked with various clients to produce awesomely coloured, heavily patterned and unique images.

Clients Include: BBC Good Food, Lenny Letter, The Debrief, Penguin, Red, WRAP, Medium, Other Gallery, Fruits & Wine, The Pitchfork Review, Humanitas, Wickle, The Lifted Brow, Viva and more.

Camilla was one of the selected artists for this years @pickmeuplondon here she is in front of some of her amazing work from the exhibition.

We love all of Camilla's work especially these wonderful, animal-themed illustrations . Camilla’s fascination with zoology and botany is seen throughout her work, with leaf patterns and various sea creatures adorning her designs. All her subjects have such character you could believe they are real, but most of them come from her incredible imagination!


Below is one of Camilla's paintings called 'Iris' that we have for sale online at ,where you can also view her brilliantly designed tea towels.

We hope to sell more bespoke products with Camilla in the future, so watch this space!

If you would like to see more of Camilla's wonderful work you can visit her website at


Popsicle is very excited to be part of this years Artwave art trial.

We are looking forward to showing a wonderful collection of unique talented artists.

All of which share my love of colour and fun which is obvious in their work!

Come take a virtual walk around our awesome artists.

 First up.....

Ella Robinson is a talented young artist whose work celebrates vibrant colour, pattern and unexpected textile materials. She is a graduate of the Royal College of Art, London.

Working with both found and purchased media, she creates one-off hand crafted pieces inspired by the colours of the urban environment and the charm of the coast.

Ella Robinson was born in Brighton (UK) in 1984. Her passion for art was first realised during experimental art lessons, where numerous found materials were used; ring pulls from drinks cans, large pieces of wood found in skips and scraps of materials and ribbon. She found it more exciting and inspiring to work three-dimensionally with materials, discovering their unique properties, rather than to paint or draw.

Since graduating Robinson has continued to combine found wood with traditional textile media and plastics by drilling, stitching and wrapping.

Whilst studying at the Royal College, Robinson came third in the Man Group Drawing Prize (2009) with examples of her embroidered driftwood pieces, was awarded The Worshipful Company of Dyers’ Travel Bursary (2008) (where she travelled to New York), and had her first solo show, Stripetastic, at The Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery.


Ice and a Slice, 2012, found and melted bottle tops, 56.4 x 56.4 x 4.7cm. £650


Hugh, 2010, plastic tubing, steel pins and driftwood, 36 x 23 x 6cm. 

Blue, found beach plastics and found wood 49.5 x 49.5 x 4.7cm, £550.

Oh, 2009, viscose thread and driftwood, 20 x 15 x 3cm £300.