Artists

Cape Town based Monet Gous is a designer, art director and all-round creative. Her new extended range explores the beauty and simplicity of line drawings. Unsaid offers a unique collection of designs centred around celebrating those special moments in life that leave you speechless, all printed on 100% recycled, 100% handmade seed paper.

Anja Stoeckigt is a self-taught illustrator inspired by her appreciation for the peculiar, the quirky and the everyday beautiful things like eating Nutella out of the jar, cuddling on the couch, and walking the dog. Paper-Tales combines a lifelong passion for design, daily joys and eco-awareness into a colourful collection of weird and wonderful, yet totally relatable, seeded paper creations aimed at sparking a smile, planting a seed and growing appreciation.

Louise is a local illustrator that combines her love of nature, African animals, and crafting to create colourful illustrations that showcase the playfulness of nature. The name for her brand, Pudding & Pickles, was inspired by her grandparents’ dogs. Louise’s designs are fun, bright, and beautiful!

Inspired by the variety of colours and geometric patterns of the traditional shweshwe clothing, this range celebrates Southern Africa with bright and beautiful creations. Backed by a 100% local, 100% recycled policy, Shwe Shwe empowers you to give the gift of growth through its range of seeded paper products that will grow into beautiful flowers, herbs or veggies once planted.

Alexander Maritz is a Cape Town based artist and photographer. He graduated from Stellenbosch University with a honours degree in Fine Art, specialising in drawing and mixed media. His ambition, experience and keen eye for detail comes to life in his beautiful works of art, which have enjoyed professional commissions and exhibitions over the past 10 years. Alexander’s Nostalgie collection of botanical drawings is devoted to the flowers of our childhood. The concept seamlessly blends the realism of the colours with bold outlines and crosshatching to fuse old and new in a nostalgic range of masterpieces.