Today we have a lovely studio tour, featuring Australian studio Akimbo! Alicia has been a long time supporter of WeddingLovely (thank you!) and we love the photos of her studio space — so airy and colorful. Check them out:
A rather delayed post (whoops) — back when I was in Toronto (in June!) I was able to go see Kid Icarus and their beautiful shop and workspace.
I just received this announcement yesterday:
If you haven’t already heard, we’ve taken our biggest step yet and are moving down the street from our cherished Nassau street location into a larger space that will help us pursue our dream of fostering a vibrant arts and crafts community in our city. Our new space will be part retail shop, part community hub, where we can provide space for other professional screen printers to create and host workshops and talks for the community at large. It’s really exciting!
Which reminded me that I hadn’t posted the pictures of their soon-to-be former space! Better late than never, right?
Katie Fischer Design opened the doors of her studio for us for a tour! As featured in Glamour Magazine & DailyCandy, her work is truly one-of-a-kind. Watch the video and I’m pretty sure you’ll agree!
Katie Fischer Design specializes in custom invitation design and creative reception details, like her signature “Story of Us” (a couple’s love story, illustrated). With a background in studio art and graphic design, any paper product or custom illustrations that you need for your wedding, Katie can do!
Get the full tour after the jump – there’s a video!
Last week I got to head up to see The Aerialist Press‘s gorgeous studio (and to check up on a secret project bwahaha that we’ve been working on!) I am absolutely in awe of their amazing work/live loft, but I’ll let the pictures do the talking…
They have an amazing two story loft. From left: Craig and Alexandra, the owners of The Aerialist Press, and then yours truly.
On my last trip to New York, I got to visit with the lovely Regas New York ladies, a letterpress invitation studio located in Midtown Manhattan. There are so many lovely quicks about their studio — they told me it was located in a church but I still thought I was lost when I arrived! Upstairs over a small Greek Orthodox church, their studio fits their small team and a gorgeous letterpress. But I’ll stop describing it now and let my pictures do the talking…