17/04/2016
Super cute.

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Fashion Journal

Milli & Fink is a graphic design agency with a passion for all things visually pleasing.

Screenprinting, linoprinting and sewing – you name it, they do it. And so can you. If you’ve got zero experience in these areas but are willing to learn, you’re in luck.

The creative geniuses behind Milli & Fink personally run classes at their home studio, giving you the opportunity to create your own goods with love. If you’re not keen to get your hands dirty, they also sell a versatile range of prints in moody monochrome.

They’re super cute, especially if you love robots, rabbits and foxes.

milliandfink.bigcartel.com

This feature was originally published in Fashion Journal issue 156. You can read the full issue here.

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