This collection is inspired by an early afternoon scene in Lisbon, as women passing through the square scatter pigeons under the summer sun.
“I am hugely inspired by nature, fashion, colour etc. Seeking out unusual flower shapes and mixing that with gorgeous colour combinations is what I find most exciting. This collection explores my favourite rich autumn hues and geometric lines.”
A mysterious and dreamy collection full of petals, plants and peeping eyes. Look a little closer for the wondrous, magical details found intertwined in nature.
You may remember these prints from a few years ago. We’ve missed them, and so did many of you. We’re so happy to welcome back some of the best from Ed Emberley!
A House in Bloom is inspired by the women of the Bloomsbury Group, living their lives as a work of art, and extending that idea into the decoration of their homes and gardens. Reclaiming women’s domains as ones of expression and depth. These prints are meant to evoke that same beauty and idea of life as art. A life in bloom. A House in Bloom.
A collection created with natural rhythms and plenty of detail. Natural Beauty has been inspired by Louise’s recent move to East Anglia, England.
Tinsel celebrates the holiday season with nostalgic Christmas elements and punchy colors mixed with cozy icons, creating a holly jolly yuletide collection.
Stockbridge is a collection which celebrates the woodland and flora of Hampshire, UK. The palette is suffused with rich, vibrant greens, soft pinks and blues and the shock of golden yellow.
Birds & Branches started out as a fun, monochromatic exercise one April afternoon and blossomed into a celebration of avian splendor in every color of the rainbow. As I paint, I imagine the secret lives of these jewel-toned birds, because just like us, each one is an individual. Has Sergio alighted on this branch on his way to aerial tango lessons? Does Olga question the wisdom of indulging in one last juicy, golden berry? Henri is clearly going to a poetry reading in his jaunty beret, and as for the rest, I guess we’ll never know for sure—but we can always have fun imagining their colorful lives!