Who are the designers behind the Lucky Dip Club + Folksy Box? {Part Three}

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So far we’ve revealed 10 of the amazing designers creating a *brand new* product especially for our Lucky Dip Club + Folksy Box. Now it’s time to unveil the final five! We’re shaky-at-the-knees excited to announce that our limited-edition box will have never-before-seen designs by Bel’s Art World, Cotton Clara, Delphine & Max, Ella Osborne and Elodie G. If you’re quick when they go on sale at 7am Friday 5 June, you could be a proud owner of one of the 300 super-special boxes. We still can’t tell you what they’re making (it’s a surprise), but we can tell you more about the wonderful designers and show you the studios where they are creating their magic…

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  Bel's Art World, making an original screen print for the Lucky Dip Club + Folksy Box

Bel’s Art World is the wonderful world of illustrator and printmaker Belinda Chen. For the special-edition Lucky Dip Club + Folksy box Belinda has created a brand new full-colour, full-summer screen print. 

What inspires you:
Cute and mischievous animals.

Fave product:
My Jungle Story print.

Best thing to happen so far:
My character ‘Billy Ice cream’ is friend of Hello Kitty!

Dreams for the future:
Creating more kiddie books.

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Cotton Clara, making a craft kit for the Lucky Dip Club + Folksy box

Cotton Clara is the creation of Chloe Hardisty, who creates deliciously retro needlepoint patterns from her studio in Loughborough. For the special-edition Lucky Dip Club + Folksy box Chloe has made a craft kit featuring our all-time favourite fruit! 

What inspires you?
Naff 70s Needlepoint.

Fave product
My mini bunting, because I get to use all the colours I want!

Best thing to happen so far
The first sale I made to someone I didn’t know.

Dreams for the future
To write a book and make plastic canvas craft cool again.

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delphine and max, making a porcelain hair clip for the lucky dip club x Folksy box

Delphine & Max is a collaboration between French artist Delphine His and English illustrator Max Hiley. Based in the Midlands, they create playful porcelain jewellery and other mini ceramics. For the special-edition Lucky Dip Club + Folksy box Delphine and Max have created a hair accessory that is perfect for picnics. 

What inspires you?
Delphine: Vintage and modern retro items. I’m also addicted to fabric.
Max: Contemporary Scandinavian design. One day I might convince Delphine to let me incorporate design inspired by my love (more like an addiction) of comics.

Fave product:
Delphine: I’m having a blast making everything, but at the moment I have a soft spot for our cloud necklaces as they look super cute.
Max: Our cards as they mix ceramic and fabric to make a picture.

Best thing to happen so far:
To know that our products are often jetting off around the globe. They are definitively better travelled than we are nowadays!

Dreams for the future:
To live by the sea, so we can walk along the shore at the end of a working day in our studio – and to be stocked in lots of independent shops.

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French printmaker Elodie G, making an illustrated badge for the Lucky Dip x Folksy box

Elodie G is French illustrator and printmaker Elodie Ginsbourg, who lives in the seven hills of Sheffield. For the special-edition Lucky Dip Club + Folksy box Elodie has worked her drawing magic on a brooch with bags of character.

What inspires you?
People’s conversations on the bus, peas, Northern Rail, murder mysteries and girls with guitars.

Fave product:
My ‘I like public transport’ tote bag.

Best thing to happen so far: 
Seeing people in Sheffield with my tote bags. It still gets me a bit giddy!

Dreams for the future:
To design a record sleeve for the Bobby McGees.

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The studio of Ella Osborne, lucky dip club designer

Ella Osborne is a printmaker also based in the sunny climes of Sheffield. For the special-edition Lucky Dip Club + Folksy box Ella has created a totally tasty piece of original art! 

What inspires you?
Everything! It’s usually a line or the curve of an object. Mainly, it all comes from a need to draw and explore the possibilities.

Fave product:
Pants!

Best thing to happen so far:
That would probably have to be getting a studio that isn’t in my kitchen.

Dreams for the future:
To keep working at this, getting better all the time. I look forward to seeing what future collaborations bring, and rolling out some new textile products later this year. Building on my small but brilliant list of stockists is also high on the list of priorities.

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And that’s everyone – the fabulous fifteen! We can’t wait until you see all the incredible original goodies they’ve created for this very special box.

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