OUR STUDIO: Gifts

We are excited to be able to offer a series of limited edition prints to our customers, curated by our creative team. Each print was created in our studio by our artists, carefully illustrated, painted and designed for use in fashion textiles, and now re-imagined as art prints.
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Our new PORCELAIN art print is looking hella stylish in the guest bedroom of @ashleypratt. Love this paired with some feathers.

Our new PORCELAIN art print is looking hella stylish in the guest bedroom of Love this paired with some feathers.

This hand illustrated work is a celebration of Australian native flora. Banksia’s dance around the canvas with gum nuts and delicate bottlebrush creating a native wreath composition. Displaying both coloured and monotone elements, this artwork took over 120 hours to illustrate.

This hand illustrated work is a celebration of Australian native flora. Banksia’s dance around the canvas with gum nuts and delicate bottlebrush creating a native wreath composition. Displaying both coloured and monotone elements, this artwork took over 120 hours to illustrate.

This gorgeous beetle is composed entirely of tiny floral elements: individual petals, flowers, leaves and buds. Delicate yet strong, this artwork is a unique perspective on an unexpected subject. We love the idea that every time you look at this wonderful creature you discover new petals and blooms hiding around the page. This illustration took over 100 hours to complete.

These iridescent beetles were drawn in fine pigment and coloured pencil to create this glossy look. The composition creates a modern kaleidoscopic effect, making an almost floral finished element.

These iridescent beetles were drawn in fine pigment and coloured pencil to create this glossy look. The composition creates a modern kaleidoscopic effect, making an almost floral finished element.

These iridescent beetles were drawn in fine pigment and coloured pencil to create this glossy look. The composition creates a modern kaleidoscopic effect, making an almost floral finished element.

A mirrored composition of garden florals on a soft, dusty blue ground creates a wonderfully traditional yet modern feeling for this artwork. Hand illustrated iris’s, poppies, peonies and foxgloves flow aound the canvas. This artwork took around 80 hours to illustrate.

This feminine poppy on a dusty blue ground is simple and striking. Touches of blush in the delicately drawn striped pattern are a perfect extra detail.

This butterfly is a play on the well loved specimen trend. Delicate pins were drawn onto the wings to create a three dimensional effect. Hand shading in bright, modern colours creates an almost opalescent effect on the paper.

A kaleidoscope of florals illustrated in fine pigment creates a striking modern wreath. Delicate irises mix with the ethereal, papery petals of the tulips. This artwork took around 60 hours to illustrate.

This gathered collection of crystals was inspired by a trip to the archives of the Australian Museum, Sydney. These minerals were hand illustrated in pencil then coloured using a soft, shaded technique. Each mineral has a unique angle and facet that allows each one to have three dimensional look. This artwork took around 80 hours to illustrate.

This gathered collection of crystals was inspired by a trip to the archives of the Australian Museum, Sydney. These minerals were hand illustrated in pencil then coloured using a soft, shaded technique. Each mineral has a unique angle and facet that allows each one to have three dimensional look. This artwork took around 80 hours to illustrate.

A black and white posy of blooms, drawn in fine pigment, creates a pared back, minimalist look. Petals have been left as negative space to give a unique and modern look contrasted with flowing petals with intricate hand shading. The enormous amount of detail becomes clear the closer the viewer looks. This artwork took around 80 hours to illustrate.

A black and white posy of blooms, drawn in fine pigment, creates a pared back, minimalist look. Petals have been left as negative space to give a unique and modern look contrasted with flowing petals with intricate hand shading. The enormous amount of detail becomes clear the closer the viewer looks. This artwork took around 80 hours to illustrate.

For this piece the artist arranged a real still life to draw from to fully capture the falling petals and dimensions. The marbled table was shaded painstakingly by hand in graphite, modernising this old world composition. Showcasing almost a hundred individual buds and blooms this vase illustration took around 160 hours to hand illustrate.

A kaleidoscope of florals illustrated in fine pigment creates a striking modern wreath. Delicate irises mix with the ethereal, papery petals of the tulips. This artwork took around 60 hours to illustrate.

A kaleidoscope of florals illustrated in fine pigment creates a striking modern wreath. Delicate irises mix with the ethereal, papery petals of the tulips. This artwork took around 60 hours to illustrate.

This butterfly is a play on the well loved specimen trend. Delicate pins were drawn onto the wings to create a three dimensional effect. Hand shading in bright, modern colours creates an almost opalescent effect on the paper.


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