Depeapa is a home goods, prints and accesories brand with own illustrations and designs.
Originating from the Spanish expression “de pe a pa” which means “from A to Z” “from beginning to end” and it was founded in 2007 by Verónica de Arriba, illustrator and designer.
After studying Fine Arts in Basque Country (north of Spain), Verónica worked as a graphic designer in Granada for several years, but in 2007 felt the urge to draw again.
“That summer I started uploading my drawings to my blog along with photos of dolls and brooches I sewed myself. People liked my work and began appearing on blogs and magazines. It didn’t take long before I started to receiving orders. It took me by surprise and since then I haven’t stopped.”
Since launching this small collection of brooches and dolls, Verónica has developed a brand with an extensive assortment, selling everywhere from Japan to Canada. All the photos of Depeapa are by Argider Aparicio which, aside from being the photographer, collaborates in a thousand things more.
“I work with European suppliers, mostly Spanish, doing my small part to keep craftwork alive. I believe that knowing where, how and who manufactures a product is very important. I try to care of every little detail in order to make your purchase a special experience and offer a marked difference from mass produced items.
I hope you enjoy my designs as much as I enjoy making them for you.”