Important Notice to all our Readers by CreativPaper

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It has recently been brought to our attention by a fellow publication that there is a significant overlap between the copy of our 'Artist Kit', that is usually sent out to artists before we work with them and theirs. As you may know the “Artists kit” outlines the benefits of working with us along with relevant information such as prices etc. Our services are very similar to those of the publication concerned and as such a degree of similarity is to be expected, but the content in some places is word for word identical.

Here at CreativPaper, we pride ourselves on the quality and individual nature of our artist's features; these are collaboratively written in house and so are highly bespoke. However, we did initially outsource the production of our marketing material, and it is this that the complaint has been made against. As a reputational business, we take such accusations of plagiarism exceptionally seriously and while it is only related to a single marketing pack and not the magazine itself we feel it is appropriate to be fully open.

The marketing material was created by an outsourced copywriter who no longer works for the business. Our immediate response has been to stop all marketing activities using this material and to bring the production of the media pack back in house. The 'Artist Pack' in question has been reauthored by us and is available upon request. Rest assured, the services offered and the price points have not changed. Even though the impact, in relation to the content and quality of our magazine, and the level of satisfaction we have built with you is low, we want to apologise to all our readers for this lapse in oversight at CreativPaper.

We are a small team who are passionate about what we have created and the relationships we have built with all the artists we have worked with over the years. We hope you will keep following us on our journey and apologise for any embarrassment this might have caused.

- The Team at CreativPaper

Five Things by Naomi Vona by CreativPaper

Naomi Vona is a Italian collage artist currently living in London. Since graduating in 2006 Naomi's work combines photography and collage. CreativPaper caught up with the collage artist and below are her five things that currently inspires her. 



Although I am truly inspired by books or movies that I love, music always had a special place in my heart and my creative process. There are plenty of my works that quote songs, bands or musicians that I appreciate. During my childhood and teenage years, I remember that I always turned on the radio while I was drawing. I also loved to create my own playlists on music cassette tapes (I am definitely an old lady!).



Growing up watching the best Italian trash and comedy shows on TV, my critical sensibility on behalf of the middle class society, politics, religion and other “exquisite” internal shitty affairs made me become quite cynic, but I didn’t want to lose a good sense of humour. So that’s how sarcasm came naturally to “visit” me. My works are a reflection of what I digested in years, and this element it’s significantly present in many of my artworks. A good laugh and after a while a way to think about that laugh. Love this match.



This element I use to call it “the glue” that puts all together. Subconscious is a mind trick, it brings you in unknown paths and can surprise you. Sometimes when I finish to make a collage, I realise that my mind putted a not expected element on it, without my permission. That’s how subconscious works, like a kind of a bitchy friend.



My past, and all the things that are part of it, has a strong presence and influence in my art. My memories, especially childhood and teenage years, have been always quoted here and there in my works. Nostalgia as its best.



My creepy visionary point of view could not exist without dreams. I am a great dreamer in all senses, but I also dream a lot, and my dreams are quite complex and “full”. I also have a fervid

imagination that sometimes brought me into interesting “visionary” visions. Some of them are now part of my collages, they belong to my creative process and cannot be detached.