As we continue to use our platform to shine a light on the Black Lives Matter movement, we also wanted to highlight some Black creatives that we love. We have spent some time creating a list of just 10 of the incredible talents that we think Punky Pins fans will appreciate.
Avila has changed the game with her diverse, personalised greeting cards that are sure to put a smile on your face.
Brought to you by Natalie Manima, whose Ghanaian heritage became the influence for her vibrant, handmade homewares after growing up surrounded by bright colours and African prints as a child.
Chloe Ainsley’s range of stationery, wedding invitations and prints are simplistic but strikingly beautiful. Her eco-friendly collections are understated, sophisticated and timeless.
If you like the sound of vibrant colours, bold prints and Nigerian influences, then you will love the work of Dorcas Magbadelo, a UK-based artist bringing you the cutest prints, cards and accessories.
If you’re in search of fun and colourful designs that are heavily influenced by pop culture, Kazvare Made It is a brand you should have on your radar.
If quirky shoes, out of the box jewellery and vibrant prints are your cup of tea, we think you’ll love the work of Timmery – she’s an artist in every sense of the word!
Taking inspiration from natural textures and colours of the environment, Carla Sealey brings shoppers understated stoneware mugs, plates and vases.
We’re in love with the work of Phandra Peer, a super talented illustrator and designer bringing us quirky prints and canvases. Ariel never looked so badass.
Colourful prints, inspirational quotes and handmade jewellery? It’s a big yes from us.
Sophia Yeshi of Yeshi Designs creates vibrant prints, motivational quotes and inclusive art that are sure to brighten up your space.