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DAILY IMPRINT

ILLUSTRATOR INGA CAMPBELL







While Inga Campbell studied graphic design and worked as an art director for leading Australian fashion magazines, she is becoming increasingly known for her illustration work. But it wasn’t until she made the decision to leave her role in publishing in Sydney and return to her hometown of Newcastle that she was able to explore new avenues through her business, Inkling Design. Most recently, she...

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ILLUSTRATOR INGA CAMPBELL







While Inga Campbell studied graphic design and worked as an art director for leading Australian fashion magazines, she is becoming increasingly known for her illustration work. But it wasn’t until she made the decision to leave her role in publishing in Sydney and return to her hometown of Newcastle that she was able to explore new avenues through her business, Inkling Design. Most recently, she...

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ARTIST BELINDA MARSHALL







After attending a painting workshop in Sweden, Melbourne-based artist and illustrator Belinda Marshall experienced a significant shift in her approach to life and work. The workshop was with Camilla Engmanin Gothenburg. “The trip was so inspiring and liberating and when I came home it really felt like I was at the beginning of something but also there was a fearlessness in regards to what I could...

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ILLUSTRATOR SASHA HEATH







After growing up and studying in the UK, Sasha Heath took a big step in her life and career. She moved to Melbourne and set up an illustration studio Hellotomato in 2011. Her first mural was for The Hub on Bourke Street which lead to another work for Kinfolk Cafedownstairs and she’s been busy ever since. “I never thought I would become a mural artist,” she says. “It’s just naturally developed that...

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ILLUSTRATOR LOUISE JONES







“I feel free when illustrating,” says Louise Jones. “There’s no right or wrong way to illustrate.” However, when the Melbourne-based illustrator and pattern designer was working for a wholesaler in the textile industry she got to a point where she felt frustrated with the lack of creativity. Shortly afterwards she went freelance and after starting a Tumblr blog A Side Projectwas approached to...

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ILLUSTRATOR LEAH DUNCAN














It is almost one year since Daily Imprint relaunched on 11 June 2014, and as today is a public holiday in Australia, here is an interview from almost three years ago. 

Since the interview below, illustrator Leah Duncanlived in Brooklyn for two years but returned to her beloved Austin, Texas in the USA. She continues to source textiles locally to accompany her designs and many of her homewares and...

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TEXTILE DESIGNER + ARTIST JOYA LOGUE







Joya Logue got to explore the best of two worlds growing up. She was born and raised in a small Midwest town in the USA, but travelled overseas annually with her Indian father and American mother. It was during these holidays in Europe and India that she got to immerse herself in museums, galleries and local architecture which continues to influence her art-making today. One place that she visited...

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ILLUSTRATOR MARIE-LAURE CRUSCHI








“Even in the most difficult phases, at the beginning of my career, when I didn’t have enough clients or commissions to plan for the future, I knew that it was only a question of time, patience and perseverance,” says French illustrator and graphic designer Marie-Laure Cruschi. But two years ago her career turned a corner. “Luck came my way, or the planets were best aligned, or I just started to...

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ILLUSTRATOR MAIREAD MURPHY







Mairead Murphy never thought she could make a career out of illustration. “Drawing pictures for a living really does sound too good to be true,” she says. “It wasn’t until I went to Semi Permanenta couple of years ago and saw all of these amazing and inspiring people speak that I started to seriously reconsider it.” It is also the perfect foil for her design work. Mairead is a trained interior...

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ILLUSTRATOR + ARTIST BETH-EMILY GREGORY











The decision to enter the Qantas Spirit of Youth Award in 2010 gave Beth-Emily Gregoryreason to reconsider her career path. She had been running a graphic design studio in Hobart but after dabbling in illustrations in her spare time decided to try her luck. As it turned out, Beth-Emily was shortlisted in the top three for the visual communications category. It gave her the encouragement she needed...

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