One of my very good friends recently started working with a little company called MoonKo, founded by Debbie Moon who has decided to devote her time and effort to promoting the best of new British talent. So far she has managed to pool together a number of fantastic designers, all of who create beautiful and fresh looking artifacts and images.

Some of the designers featured on her website include Amy Lawrence, Butterscotch & Beesting, Danielle Callaghan, Laura Griffin, Faunagraphic, Death by Tea and many many more.

Debbie’s passion for supporting new graduates in the creative industries has come from her own experiences as a new graduate. She felt that there isn’t enough support for new designers out there and wanted to make a very friendly platform from which they could connect and build up a network, this is where MoonKo began to blossom.

MoonKo also develops projects and exhibitions, working with Urban Outfitters and the Ghost of Gone Birds.

It looks like there is plenty more in the works for MoonKo and I’m looking forward to seeing all the gorgeous things that come out of it. To see more of what MoonKo is all about, and of course to check out all the awesome designers they promote, please visit .

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About Joanna Lisowiec

Hello! I’m excited to be representing Gola as a student ambassador, and help them in their mission to discover and recognize Britain’s emerging, creative talents. I’m currently an illustration student at the Edinburgh College of Art. I love what I do and nothing makes me happier than working hard and being totally immersed in an idea. I like adventures and a lot of the work I do is about journeys, exploring cool places and meeting interesting people. Between Scotland’s wild, highland landscapes and a vibrant city full of history, there's a lot to be inspired by.

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