London based artist Fee Greening has collaborated with Alex Eagle to create beautiful greeting cards. Fee's work adopts a very delicate process, using old fashioned quills, dip pens and ink to craft her imagery. Her main inspiration stems from the aesthetic of iconographical representation of saints and muses. These exclusive A6 greeting cards by Fee encapsulate Alex's design heroes.
Armed with thousands of microscopic porous cavities, Binchotan Charcoal naturally attracts and neutralises odours from the air. When placed in small, humid spaces, Binchotan Charcoal Bits can capture moisture and odours from the air, help deodorise your home, and prevent indoor mold and mildew growth. Perfect for small bathrooms, basements, and rooms with high levels of humidity, these eco-friendly bits can also be planted into the garden to stimulate healthy soil after usage. Each bag comes with two sachets which can be filled and used as desired.
Famous for her 1990 photographs of a young Kate Moss, self-taught photographer Corinne Day has come to epitomise the late-20th century "heroin chic" look. Day spent a last decade photographing her friends in a London of damp squats, peeling wallpaper, drug taking, sex and endless sticky summers. The result is a Diary: a series of candid, astonishingly intimate portraits of a group of young people a world away from the aspirations of New Labour's Britain, at the centre of which is Day's close friend Tara. The photographs would be deemed voyeuristic were it not for Day's proximity to and involvement with her subjects; in a harrowing few entries she documents her own brain-tumour diagnosis in 1996, preparation for surgery, and later recovery. Some of the most poignant portraits are those of Day's friend Yank who died early in 2000, and to whom the book is dedicated. The book accompanies Day's first solo exhibition at the Photographers' Gallery in London. This book measures 28.8 x 23.3 x 1.6 cm and is in perfect new condition.
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This impressive petrified wood style is perfect for a pedestal or clustered as a coffee table. Petrified wood occurs through a process of permineralization, in which the organic materials of the wood absorb naturally occurring minerals found in soil and sediment to solidify the wood to stone. Through modern usability design, Andrianna Shamaris transforms ancient materias into usable high quality furniture, working to preserve our natural environment. Designed in a studio in Sumatra, each piece is hand-selected, sanded and highly polished with minimal cracks.
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As a small boy, William Welstead began taking an avid interest in gemology and rich materials. As Welstead grew older he travelled extensively to Nepal and India, to learn traditional processes. Made from Britannia silver and hand-hammered in Kathmandu, these beautifully hand-crafted beakers measure 5cm in height.