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Nautical Flag PrintIn collaboration with historic paper brand GF Smith, we have re-worked the ‘Nautical Alphabet Flag’ into a beautiful and eye-catching print fit for a captains wall. The limited run of gold foil prints is available in Imperial Blue & Cool Grey dot matrix paper.
Hay Plisse FolderAn uber cool accordion storage folder for all of life’s ephemera from design favourites Hay. With help from their friends at graphic studio All The Way To Paris, each folder is decorated in a speckled nebula print.
Oak Frame & Splat PrintThese smoked oak frames from Ferm Living can hold artwork of any shape, length or size, solving all of your print framing predicaments. Although what is a frame without something to put in it, so with our design hats on we also produced our exclusive gold ‘Splat’ print, gold foiling printing on luxe marble paper.
Folding Maps CompanyIntroducing you to the Folding Maps Company; a set of old celestial maps remastered onto archival canvas and housed in marbled slip cases. The collection ranges from 19th century London to the inner workings of an 18th century warship.
VICTOR STUART-GRAHAMArtist Victor Stuart-Graham produced a very special batch of hand-carved boats made from the sea’s driftwood offerings. All individually painted and accompanied with colourful rigging.
Scratch MapIntroducing a fun interactive wall map, simply ‘scratch’ of the countries you’ve been to, and dream of the ones you’re yet to discover.
KonglomeratWelcome to the work of Konglomerat— Hamburg based artist Stella Richter produces detailed illustrations of insects, rocks and anatomical drawings.
Cornish Beard DesignIntroducing Cornish Beard Design. A Bristol based design duo who we teamed up with to produce a range of illustrated chopping boards. Each board is made from reclaimed timber called 'London Plain' and etched with charming illustrations.