And the Designers Keep Rollin’ In…
Whether you’re looking to go sightseeing or looking to take a trip down memory lane, our new designers will help you do so. Khristian A. Howell’s and LaBokoff’s collections will transport you to the beach or the streets of Paris; while, Alex Beeching and Emily Ann Designs will take you back to your childhood with their cute characters and imaginative settings.
Are you an artist? Want to become a part of the pingg Designer Series? We are always looking for talented artists to become a part of the pingg Designer Series. If you’re a designer please visit the designer submissions page. If there is a designer whose work you’d love to see on pingg, send us a link to their site at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our 4 new collections:
Khristian A. Howell:
Let’s keep it simple…I am determined to live each day doing what I love. Right now that includes surface design, graphic design, and photography. Some would call my love of French culture an obsession – I choose to call it passion. I could (and will soon) live the rest of my life eating olives along the Mediterranean and riding the trains of Europe. more »
Artist, illustrator and lover of all things creative, Alex Beeching stands for lateral thinking, innovation, and draughtsmanship, and is at home with either paint brush or mouse. more »
Emily Ann Designs:
Do you see any connection between the terms small-town farm girl and totally hip Seattle mama? Give up? They both describe Emily at different stages in her life! But no matter the setting, from her first “little painting project” in high school (a 125 square foot library mural) to her dream business being built today, Emily has always had a talent for art and a love for All Things Cute. more »
I am an artist and photographer based in Paris.
Much of my inspiration is drawn from natural forms, french landscapes and tiny details. I construct my art using a delicate balance between photography and painted elements or textures in search of simplicity and the poetic potential that is in everything. more »