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Willpower and wild imagination

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by Lisa Corneliusson on 6 November, 2014

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Image by Francesco Pizzo for Make it last

” I hate looking back and never save any of my work. I just want to move forward and not dwell on the past. I work with much dedication but when the job is done I hardly ever think of it again.”

Today Make it last talks to illustrator Liselotte Watkins Falk about consumption, willpower and strong personalities. Read the interview and get a peek of Liselotte’s beautiful Milan home here.


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