'My Happy Place' - Miniwilla

Black, white and awesome all over… we are smitten with the beautiful monochrome artworks of Swedish design duo Miniwilla. Boasting a fantastic range of posters that are elegant, playful and perfect for kids bedrooms we are very flattered to have an original piece created for our 'My Happy Place' Art Exhibition in support of the Dandelion Support Network...

We caught up with the team to hear more about the awesome piece they have designed for this amazing cause...
What inspires you?
My kids, friends, family, traveling, music, internet, running, books, having fun. My eyes (and ears) are always wide open when it comes to discovering inspiration, I can´t switch it off.

How did you develop your signature style?
That´s a good question. To be honest I have no idea, I just draw things that I like, depending on what inspires me at the moment. I like it simple with a touch of humour.

What do you love most about being an artist?
Well, I love to be creative :) it makes me feel alive and free.

What do fine most rewarding about using your art for a good cause?
It is quite amazing that one can contribute while doing something you are passionate about. No one can do everything but everyone can do something.

What was your favourite thing to do as a kid?
I did everything that included a ball, and when my mom got tired of me kicking I bribed (or forced) my little sister to rearrange our rooms (that happened a LOT). Now days I have to bribe my hubby.

What is your 'happy place'?
When my house is clean and tidy, like an hour a week that´s my happy place. But actually it´s not the place that makes me happy it´s the people that surround me.

To check out more of her amazing work, head over to her website.

To get your hands on this amazing print (As seen above in the hero image) created exclusively for the show head along to One Fine Baby Sydney from 14-15 November or head over to The Gathered Store from the 14th November 2015.

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