Studio Sweet Studio is an online publication fueled by curators Meg Lewis and Tuesday bassen of Ghostly Ferns. Launched in April of 2011, Studio Sweet Studio was created to support creative-minded people and celebrate their work and spaces. In late 2012, we decided to make Studio Sweet Studio a reflection of our own practice at Ghostly Ferns. Expect to see studio mixes, how-to’s, and GF photos!
Meg is the Founder, Art Director, and Designer at Ghostly Ferns. She loves designing for small businesses, startups, and anyone looking to cheer up. Meg loves crappy soft serve ice cream and her trusty inhaler.
Programme: Be Free,Lance
Breanna Radermacher grew up in Minneapolis and has always had quite the imagination. It all started around the age of three when she would gather her family around to tell whimsical stories. Her most infamous tale was about the “Big. Brown. Bear!” So intense. After receiving her BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, Bre channels her inspirations into anything and everything that is design. Between her design company, blog, and collaborative online paper shop, she certainly has big dreams!
Programme: Honor Roll
Mike Smith is a designer from Philadelphia, working at 160over90 and in his spare time doing some street art work under the name Nom Now. He’s addicted to walking around the city and apparently instagraming his feet more often than not.
Programme: Design Dispatch
Margot Harrington is a hustlerfreelance graphic designer and editor of design blog Pitch Design Union. Captivated by all forms of making and doing, Margot’s collaborations run a media gamut from letterpress to CSS. Her friends include ampersands, Chicago, antique books, new recipes, bike rides and all things vintage. Find her on Cargo, twitter, and dribbble.
Programme: Pressing Matters
Elana Schlenker is a graphic designer and art director based in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Currently working as a designer at Princeton Architectural Press, Elana designs and publishes Gratuitous Type (“a pamphlet of typographic smut”), and maintains a small freelance practice.