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Shakespeare’s New Place

Posted on: September 10th, 2016 by Dawn

 

I recently teamed up with the lovely people at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust to illustrate a new product range for the opening of Shakespeare’s New Place, which comprises a beautiful Tudor knot garden, restored for the first time since it was created in 1920.

I used the garden plans and flower varieties to create a contemporary illustration of the knot garden, which appears on the Shakespeare’s Garden product range. Products in the range include a canvas bag, cosmetic bag and soaps, cushion, notebook, tea towel and more.

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Shakespeare's Garden

Shakespeare's Garden, Coaster.

Nineteen

Posted on: February 15th, 2016 by Dawn

 
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I loved spotting my print, ‘The Forager’ on Nineteen’s beautiful website this week! Take a look at their lovely wares, here or take a trip to Clevedon to see them for yourself!

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Shakespeare on Love

Posted on: February 10th, 2016 by Dawn

 
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If love is in the air this Valentine’s Day, you should head over to the Shakespeare’s Birthplace Trust’s website, and make a romantic declaration to be in with a chance of winning a copy of Shakespeare on Love.

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I had the pleasure of working on this lovely pop-up consertina book with Walker Books and SBT last year, and am delighted to announce that the follow up book, Shakespeare on Flowers will be available in April! Watch this space.
 

New stock!

Posted on: December 14th, 2014 by Dawn

 

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I’ve updated my Etsy shop with some lovely new items, including a range of greeting cards and some new prints!

Take a look here.

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Made in Bristol coasters

Posted on: December 14th, 2014 by Dawn

 
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A few months ago, I designed a set of coasters exclusively for Made in Bristol, which were inspired by some of Bristol’s unique flora and fauna, some of which can only be found in and around the Avon Gorge.

I was pleasantly surprised to see them in the recent issue of B24/7, alongside an interview with Bryony Morgan, founder and pioneer of Drawn in Bristol and Made in Bristol.

You can pick up a set from Paper Scissors Stone in Quakers Friars, Bristol.

 
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