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On one wall of her studio she also keeps an inspiration board, which when we visited contained a mixture of art, typography, and advertisements. “The top two images are paintings by Georgia O’Keeffe, who’s my biggest inspiration,” she says. “I love her early work, before all the flowers, when she’d take images and abstract them. The blue and white thing is actually a painting of the sky looking through the eye of a skull, but you can’t tell. Or she would do a door in a wall, but it would look like a picture of a square on a stripe. Even the pink and grey images on the right are landscapes. The Alexander McQueen ads you see here help remind me to keep an edge in my work.” In the background on the kitchen counter is a blue kiln, for a line of ceramics Campanaro started but has since mostly discontinued due to time constraints.