Camille Walala on happiness and creativity

Camille Walala on happiness and creativity

Camille Walala is an artist and designer, expressing joy and happiness through vibrant colour and bold pattern. Known for her bold style, Camille works on projects ranging from large installations to urban landscapes and 3D items.

In our conversation, Camille tells me about her early inspirations, her first discovery of the Memphis Movement and thoughts on arts education. She also openly shares with me the story of her career path, which creatives at every stage of their practice will find encouraging. 

See Camille’s ‘Walala Lounge’ project during the London Design Festival this September.

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Production and music by James Green 

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