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200-250 words: We’d love for you to write our Showcase feature for our very first Journal. The theme of this journal is “The Eye”, a concept that weaves through the entire site and all of our content.With this in mind, we have started compiling a list of a few makers that have worked with the eye motif, or are known for doing so (currently, and in the past). Please have a look, and perhaps you have a few other people in mind to add.(The reality is that some of these makers/artists might not come back to you/us, so that’s why there are a few options – they all span various disciplines and topics within the design scene that satisfy our content mix and pillars.)

We’d like you to ask these designers the same sets of questions (perhaps 4 at most?), that delve into the zeitgeist of 2020 and this bizarre yet profound year, and how this has impacted the way they make, see and feel about their work.Answers we’re hoping to get could include how they see the world transforming and changing around them, but perhaps the opposite, and how things have slowed down, and have positively impacted their craft and work. Have a think, and let us know what you think would be the best questions to pose these designers and makers. And of course the most obvious would be the actual eye motif, and why they are drawn to it, or use it as a recurring theme in their work. Some of these makers might not literally use eyes as motifs, but rather play on the idea of looking, watching or seeing (a more lateral way of including a diverse.

We’d like you to ask these designers the same sets of questions (perhaps 4 at most?), that delve into the zeitgeist of 2020 and this bizarre yet profound year, and how this has impacted the way they make, see and feel about their work.Answers we’re hoping to get could include how they see the world transforming and changing around them, but perhaps the opposite, and how things have slowed down, and have positively impacted their craft and work. Have a think, and let us know what you think would be the best questions to pose these designers and makers.

And of course the most obvious would be the actual eye motif, and why they are drawn to it, or use it as a recurring theme in their work. Some of these makers might not literally use eyes as motifs, but rather play on the idea of looking, watching or seeing (a more lateral way of including a diverse.

 

nd of course the most obvious would be the actual eye motif, and why they are drawn to it, or use it as a recurring theme in their work. Some of these makers might not literally use eyes as motifs, but rather play on the idea of looking, watching or seeing (a more lateral way of including a diverse.

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We’d like you to ask these designers the same sets of questions (perhaps 4 at most?), that delve into the zeitgeist of 2020 and this bizarre yet profound year, and how this has impacted the way they make, see and feel about their work.Answers we’re hoping to get could include how they see the world transforming and changing around them, but perhaps the opposite, and how things have slowed down, and have positively impacted their craft and work. Have a think, and let us know what you think would be the best questions to pose these designers and makers. And of course the most obvious would be the actual eye motif, and why they are drawn to it, or use it as a recurring theme in their work. Some of these makers might not literally use eyes as motifs, but rather play on the idea of looking, watching or seeing (a more lateral way of including a diverse range of mediums). See more

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KOKETIT

We’d like you to ask these designers the same sets of questions (perhaps 4 at most?), that delve into the zeitgeist of 2020 and this bizarre yet profound year, and how this has impacted the way they make, see and feel about their work.Answers we’re hoping to get could include how they see the world transforming and changing around them, but perhaps the opposite, and how things have slowed down, and have positively impacted their craft and work. Have a think, and let us know what you think would be the best questions to pose these designers and makers. And of course the most obvious would be the actual eye motif, and why they are drawn to it, or use it as a recurring theme in their work. Some of these makers might not literally use , watching or seeing (a more lateral way of including a diverse.

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We’d like you to ask these designers the same sets of questions (perhaps 4 at most?), that delve into the zeitgeist of 2020 and this bizarre yet profound year, and how this has impacted the way they make, see and feel about their work.Answers we’re hoping to get could include how they see the world transforming and changing around them, but perhaps the opposite, and how things have slowed down, and have positively impacted their craft and work. Have a think, and let us know what you think would be the best questions to pose these designers and makers. And of course the most obvious would be the actual eye motif, and ore lateral way of including a diverse range of mediums).

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