In his later life, when illness stopped him painting, Henri Matisse focussed his artistic output on paper cuts. The result is pure brilliance. See the show at Tate Modern until 7th September 2014.
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Late March to mid April is cherry blossom season or 'sakura' as it's known locally. Some amazing images online and if you're a Japan fan, check out our homage in type.
Such a great feeling when the garden starts to go green again. New shoots push through, blossom appears and the bees start buzzing. Pollen rich plants for spring are crocus, cherry blossom, hellebores and flowering currant...
David's dream job – rebranding the PG Wodehouse back list. The brief was to bring the books to a new generation whilst giving a nod to all things deco, and paying homage to the huge number of existing Wodehouse fans out there. Here's the full article about the collaboration on the Waterstones blog.
Our wallpapers are printed in Lancashire an area with a proud wallpaper printing heritage. In 1990 there were over twenty five wallpaper manufacturers in the Accrington area but now Surface Print is one of the UK's last surviving mills.
A graphic designer's dream – symmetry, geometric shapes, precision, parallel lines. These lights by Michael Anastassiades have brightened up our day.
It's a question we're sometimes asked... Where does the inspiration for your work come from? In a general sense it really can be anything from an intriguing pub quiz question to the shape of a crocus flowering. But if we look at our designs individually there is often a clear link between the source and the finished product.