The Lewis Chessmen are among the best known objects in Edinburgh's National Museum of Scotland. Originally made in the 12th Century, this Viking hoard of ninety-three carved ivory chess pieces were found some 700 years later in a sand-dune on the island of Lewis in 1831. The Museum commissioned Adam Stower to create designs based on these famous Chessmen, for a range of products including mugs, tea towels, bags and stationery. Adam Stower is represented by Arena
Madamesange aka Helen Lang has launched a gift collection with John Lewis which features her decorative illustrations. The exclusive collection in stores across the UK has been developed in collaboration with Wild & Wolf, a British design led gift company who have also developed product collections with designers such as Rob Ryan and Celia Birtwell. Helen's collection consists of Tote Shopper Bag, Compact Mirror, Coin Purse, Passport Cover, Wash Bag and an A6 Note Book, perfect gifts for females. Take a look.
Madamesange is represented by Illustration
Laila Hills has been in high demand recently and has just completed work on these fabulous waterproof 'Squirty Bath Books' for Campbell books. Adorable gifts to make bath time fun for your little ones! Bold, bright and simple, they are just perfect, and if you give them a squeeze, they'll shoot water at you! Laila Hills is represented by The Organisation
Sarah McMenemy and Walker books have created this stunning fold out, pop up paper souvenir ‘London A Three Dimensional Expanding City Skyline’. A lovely gift showcasing twelve of London’s most famous landmarks, these beautiful illustrations all fold away neatly into the stylish slipcase
Sarah McMenemy is represented by the Artworks