Hi, I'm Stasia

and I like to make stuff

All about me

I’m based in Johannesburg, South Africa

I studied Fine Art at Wits, majoring in Painting and Photography

I interned at Saatchi & Saatchi

I took 2 gap years, one before and one after varsity

I studied Media Design & Technology (which is a fancy way of saying Graphic Design)

I’ve been working as a full-time graphic and web designer for over 5 years now

I read a lot of books and graphic novels

I love creating videos for my YouTube channel


Q: Why is it called Alot?

A: Well first off, it’s because you get a lot! I do so many fun, crafty and artsy things, that I wanted the name of my website and blog to reflect that. How I came up with it is that, I took the first letter from my name and the first few letters of my surname and came up with ALout, then I took out the u to make it Alot 🙂 I guess Alout could be my business name in France 😀

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Comic – Bug Disco

That awkward moment when you've put your foot in your mouth happens to everyone, even spiders! A comic dedicated to social awkwardness! Written By: Dasia Lutova of @ThatDasia and Dasia has a Blog Art By: Stasia Lutova (that's me) aka @majinchloe on Instagram, Twitter...

Coloring for Fun and Relaxation

No, your eyes have not deceived you, this is me, posting on my blog! What a concept ;P I stopped posting for a while because life happened, and I was debating whether I should just delete everything and forget about Alot Designs... But then I thought that I would...
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How to Reupholster a Chair Seat DIY

Why hello there! Long time no see! I'm coming out of hiatus today to write about a cool little DIY project that I did recently: how to reupholster a chair seat! I'm sure you've all been wondering where my lovely, informative and creative posts have gone over the last...
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Exploring Hand Lettering

The whole world seems to be obsessed with vintage style at the moment, and I'm no exception. I love beautiful old-fashioned graphic design from the 1940's and 1950's. A lot of packaging and advertising design from that time was covered in gorgeous typography that...

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