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


Todays artist is Kelly Hyatt designer, illustrator and creative director of Lagom Design, based in Hove, East Sussex.

Lagom is a swedish word which describes the feeling when something has the 'perfect balance' or is 'just right', which is the best description of Kelly's contemporary designs.

We are a big fan of the Cherished collection pictured below which has been selected as  a finalists for The Henries awards 2016, fingers crossed.

We have stocked Lagom since opening and love the fact they are ever evolving and always introducing new designs and artists to their awesome collection.

Obviously their use of colour and modern design ticks all our boxes,for example the gift wrap below is called 'Happiness" need I say more!

Kelly worked as a freelance illustrator before co-founding Beaumonde International in 1996.During this time Kelly secured contracts with Paperchase, Playboy and Habitat. In 2007 Kelly moved to France and it was while he was there he decided to create something really special – this something ‘just right’ would become Lagom.

 Lagom has now grown into an international business. They also attract some of the most talented illustrators and artists in the world and now have over 25 collections of cards, gifts and wrap.

After 22 years in the greeting cards industry Kelly is still passionate about keeping the spirit of print alive and we salute you!

Thank you Kelly for keeping our world ever colourful and ROCK!!

To see more of their work go to and


August 09, 2016


Todays awesome design is from the fabulous @Hellomarine a French illustrator, printmaker and pattern lover based in the UK.

We love her vibrant style its so colourful and joyful, her illustrations appeal to both adults and children alike.

Marines work has been in various galleries, shops and publications around the world.
Recent clients include Heal's, Lacoste, TruThoughts, Time Out, The NY Times, Penguin,
Virgin and the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (ICMP) to name a few.

For commissions she's represented by Agent002 in Paris.

To see more of her work visit and

We also sell Hellomarines beautiful eye catching brooches made in acrylic.

We've asked a selection of our very talented designers to create us a bespoke number TWO just for us.

Everyday this week on social media we will be showing a different designers bespoke TWO.

Todays turn is by the fabulous Lou Taylor. A Brighton based print and accessorie designer.


We love her imaginative colourful illustrations that she turns into statement jewellery, silk scarves and prints.

Lou takes a playful and graphic approach to iconic subjects as diverse as Pretty in Pink (her all-time favourite film) to lipsticks, swans and swimming pools.
The image above shows some of the bespoke pieces she did just for Popsicle and of which you can find on our website. The palm tree earrings are one of our best sellers
this summer, everyone loves a bit of bling!!
Lou's work can be found in the Fashion and Textile Museum, the National Gallery, Nottingham Contemporary and other smaller boutiques and shops such as Colours May Vary in Leeds,  Retro Rehab in Manchester, Welcome Home in Glasgow and Pussy Home Boutique in Brighton.
Her Swimmers print above was featured in The Independent's 'Top 10 prints for under £100' in January 2015 and continues to be her most successful range to date.

Lou has worked with a wide range of clients such as Anthropologie, the V&A and Laura Ashley on vibrant, colourful prints designed for a wide range of products from Christmas cards and make-up bags to stationery and lipsticks.

All featured work available 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.

We spent a fun day in the studio shooting some of Emily and Fin's                                                                                 Spring/Summer collection. I just love this vintage inspired hawaiian                                                                               print, just perfect for a hot summers day! Thanks to our very talented                                                                             photographer Natasha Bidgood ( for all                                                                                 her fantastic shots and for the loan of her studio.
Anyone for tea!! Alice Ashton our beautiful model thought I was mad getting her to hold this stunning vintage cup and saucer thats also available from the shop for just £10!!
Lets just say I was having a monotone moment! But I love the finished shot.
Our wonderful Onewemadeearlier statement necklaces and Claudia's ( Claudia made this) matching bangles work brilliantly too.
Feeling well tropical with our Merrimaking kiwi bumbag and Emily and fin cowboy/cactus jessica dress.
Seeing spots!! Edna spot top from Emily and fin, Onewemadeearlier necklace and Claudia made this bangles all available in store.
Whoosh!! I loved the movement and colour change in Alice's hair in this shot, so much so we made a teeny stop frame film out of the left over shots. We used it to celebrate our first birthday...YAY! 
This is my favourite shot of Alice she looks stunning! Our lovely Make up artist for the day Alex Crown did a wonderful job considering she had an hours notice!!
I've got the shooting bug now, can't wait to do another one, watch this space!
All featured Emily and fin clothes available on line at and in store.




For the past month I've been working on my first Popsicle product.

I was inspired by a very wonderfully talented friend of mine who shares my love of perspex.

Lets call him Gardener Willy ( you know who you are....)

A few years ago now he sent me and I'm sure many others a simple but gorgeous perspex triangle

to hang on the christmas tree.

Each year as I pull it out of my decoration box I am reminded of this wonderful man

and it brings a smile to my face!! 

I wanted everyone to feel this joy and share such a memory of a friend.

So I designed with a lot of help from my Hamish these two collections of christmas cards.

Being Popsicle they had to be bright and blingy!!

And so these were born......I hope you like them.


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April 22, 2014


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