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“I always had this crazy idea that I had to draw things realistically and perfectly. Once I let go, my work really blossomed.”
“I love supermarkets,” Debbie says. “There’s something about a supermarket that calms me.”
“The idea of having a ‘style’ can feel very restricting, because it’s something that’s always going to be changing and evolving – as it should!”
“You have to get to know the right people – it opens doors.”
The head honcho from Tsuno sanitary products tells us how to turn your philanthropic idea into a fully fledged company.
“Even if you don’t feel confident sharing your work, fake confidence and just go for it.”
“Start making things. If you become someone who studies the craft but is never doing it, you’ll be a knowledge bank going to waste.”
The hand-lettering and typographical genius gives us the low-down on getting paid to make pretty stuff.
“Waiting until something is perfect, or you feel ready, means nothing gets done – you’ve just got to dive in.”
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