It’s clear how thoughtfully Gosia matched the cups to Cycling theme. Many of Gosia’s projects are highly personalised: a recent project was a series of six cups showing the story of a couple’s relationship leading up to their marriage. Gosia lives and paints in Gdansk, on the Northern coast of Poland. Her work involves painting on china and canvas and graphic design projects, but working with children at the “Centrum Reduta” day centre is also a rewarding and important part of her day. She works with teens from unfortunate or disadvantaged backgrounds, offering social and therapeutic support. These opportunities offers a chance to teenagers to express their creativity and allow it to grow.
A few years back, they founded the cultural magazine (Kwartalnik Mrowiskowy Magazyn Kulturalny) edited by teenagers linking the centre with social events in the community. In addition, Gosia directed the Kids Retro Festival Gdansk, runs craft markets in her spare time, and helped create the Social Garden, a venue for cultural events.
Curve is a speciality coffee roastery based in Margate, East Kent.
We’re dedicated to responsibly sourcing the most interesting fresh crop green coffee we can get our hands on and roasting it to bring out the best of its intrinsic flavours.
Our goal is to make speciality coffee inspiring, accessible and sustainable. We strive to be at the forefront of the speciality coffee industry, constantly exploring, learning and improving. We’re determined to become an acknowledged source of coffee and education and nurture the growing speciality coffee community in the Kent area as well as to make positive contribution toward enhancement of the vibrant global speciality coffee community.
Planetware is a cumulative design project which brought together the knowledge of coffee professionals, designers, and environmental scientists, to deliver a truly unique solution to the sustainable packaging industry.
Our sole purpose as a company is to make it easy for people to turn what they eat and drink into personal moments of healthy joy without recklessly taxing the planet’s resources in the process.
Oatly was founded back in the 1990s and is based on Swedish research from Lund University. The company’s patented enzyme technology copies nature’s own process and turns fiber rich oats into nutritional liquid food that is perfectly designed for humans.
Today, the Swedish company remains independent and dedicated to upgrading the lives of individuals and the general well being of the planet through a lineup of original oat drinks.