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Three key trends emerge for Christmas 2018 - Carnival, Vintage and
True Love - offering a fresh take on the festive season. In this report we look at how each trend is driving product and styling, encompassing Christmas decorations, party accessories, greetings cards, dining and table wear.
Do predications come true? USP have revisited three of our forward-thinking Pulse 2017 A/W trends - Functional, Botanical and Indulgent Christmas – to see how these trends are emerging across retail, providing a fresh and inspiring update on their evolution and application...
Now is the perfect time for a bit of housekeeping to re-energise and ensure you kick off 2018 with your brand in sparkling shape. We're not talking about a whole new logo or website, but rather some easy and very practical “every day” changes that will make a big difference to how your customers perceive you.
Follow our five simple steps to smarten up your brand act and get fit for the new year ahead.
It is officially the Christmas Season and here is our round up of this year's creative festive displays at iconic department stores across the capital….
30-Nov-2017 Comments (0)ShareEast End Prints owner Helen Edwards has worked with hundreds of artists, licensed artworks internationally and published exclusive ranges for high street retailers including Paperchase and Habitat UK. Helen and her team are passionate about bringing high quality, affordable art to every home.
We are Freek Claessen and Daan Gescher, founders of the Dutch design label Puik Art.
A couple years ago, the Dutch government decided to cut costs in the cultural sector, resulting in fewer subsidies for graduate designers. We found that many did not have enough time to fully concentrate on designing, instead having to find other jobs to make a living.Our company is based in Amsterdam, the cultural capital of the Netherlands. We help young Dutch designers to produce and sell their designs.
We wanted to provide them with a platform where we could assist with the production and sales process of their wares, on both small and large scale projects.
We are also involved in the commercial sector, acquiring large projects from companies and linking them with the most qualified designer.
In 4 years we have helped dozens of up-and-coming Dutch designers with producing their products and connecting them to projects.
Our collection has now expanded with more interesting, larger products. As well as candleholders, candles, and clocks, we now have a stool, small table, leather lamp and even a coat hanger. Every product is, again, designed by a Dutch designer.
We are trying to make a step forward in making Dutch design more popular in the UK. We are ready to show London what Dutch design is really about!