• Honeycomb Studios

    Little Korboose

    Cleveland, OH

    Through her passions for sustainability and humanitarian causes, artist and designer April Nemeth started Little Korboose as an ethical design option for her hometown, Cleveland. Staying true to her passions, she expanded the team and brought two refugees on board this year to help them make a life in the United States. Her work puts playful, personal twists on her influences: modern design and architecture.

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    “I don't remember not knowing that I was an artist, ever.”

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    Learn more at littlekorboose.com or visit our blog.

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