In a former sweet factory in East London, UK, resides a design studio known as Love Money Power. It was initially founded by four people, Richard Stott, Vincent Walsh, Sophie Copage and Brook Cronin. They currently add others to their team on an ad hoc basis depending on their projects, but hope to have a semi-permanent team in the near future. With a mission of personal freedom, early retirement and no 9 to 5, who wouldn't want to be a part of their team? Although they do take on commercial jobs, their own work explores social and political issues, such as homelessness. They recently had an exhibition entitled Going with nowhere to go. Much of their work can been seen on their website. Featured above is a sample of Sophie Copage's intricate and beautiful illustration work.
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