To launch our brand-new series, "The Dyás Creative Corner,"we had the pleasure of spending time with the multitalented Phoebe Minson, a curator, writer, collector, and art lover. Phoebe had boundless motivation, optimism, and contagious enthusiasm and uses creativity as a way to process emotions and the small things.

"London is the best city in the world"

London is a magnificent melting pot that boasts an abundance of galleries and constantly unveils new exhibitions, attracting some of the most brilliant artists from around the globe. Phoebe finds endless inspiration. Its unparalleled diversity offers a wealth of experiences in cuisine, culture, and entertainment.

One of Phoebe's passions is making art more accessible. She champions the idea of wearable art as a powerful vehicle for increasing accessibility to art and broadening our understanding of what art can be. Ultimately, it democratizes art, nurturing the growth of talented artists and fostering a deeper connection between art and people's lives.

In essence, The Dyás Creative Corner is a celebration of these transformative ideas and the individuals who, like Phoebe, are dedicated to reshaping the artistic landscape. Together, we strive to make art more inclusive, inspiring, and accessible to all.

For the latest episode of The Dyás Creative Corner we got the chance to chat to Denai Moore, Artist and vegan Chef born in Jamaica and grew up in London. Adventurous, curious and a Lover.

Fueled by childhood memories and the allure of ideas, she seeks inspiration in the quiet spaces of parks, nature and art galleries, amidst the bustling intensity of London.

She appreciates The Dyás for its vibrant colors, intricate patterns, and the canvas it provides for self expression.

Meet Bella-Bonner-Evans, the Curator of Studio West. With a background in fine art and art history, she later delved into fashion and art PR. She's thoughtful, creative, and a bit bossy. Bella is motivated to create new dialogues and provide a platform for emerging artists deserving of recognition.

In the vibrant cultural exchange of London, Bella practices art journalism and curation, focusing on local artists to build in-person relationships.

What she loves most about The Dyás is its authentic emphasis on sustainability from the beginning as well as the collaborations with artists that offer diverse perspectives, allowing artists to present their work in unconventional forms beyond traditional mediums like canvas or sculpture.

This approach aligns with her belief that art can still convey the artist's message in unique and fun ways.

In the second episode of our exciting series, The Dyás Creative Corner, we had the opportunity to chat with Amina, a vibrant visual artist based in London. Amina embodies spontaneity, dedication, and a fantastic sense of humor!

Her greatest inspiration lies in witnessing ideas come to life, a journey she passionately pursues.

London, with its rich artistic tapestry, has profoundly influenced both her creative practice and personal growth. Immersed in a melting pot of diverse artists, collaborations, and perspectives, Amina finds boundless joy in the vibrant colors and creative spirit of The Dyás pieces.

Meet Laura and Adam, a dynamic creative duo. Adam, a product designer and antiques collector, and Laura, a photographer, creative director, and model, crossed paths in Nottingham during university.

Their shared admiration for each other's creativity led them to move to London, a city that continually influences their work.

Both passionate and versatile, they draw inspiration from unconventional interests, turning them into a unique personal brand. London's abundance of opportunities and its tendency to spotlight societal issues resonate with Adam, shaping his future design endeavors.

What captivates Laura and Adam about The Dyás is its commitment to high-quality value and the fusion of art, fashion, and sustainability.