Thanks so much to Living Etc magazine for featuring our 'Hit the North' real cork wallpaper and 'Disorder in Stasis' designs in their very informative Five Key Takeaways from Surface Design 2020 article:
Meanwhile The Monkey Puzzle Tree showcased the works of several designers from the North of England, including this striking cork design.
‘Hit the North’ real cork superwide wall covering, £192/m (130cm wide) available from
The Monkey Puzzle Tree aim to support local communities and minimise the environmental impact of their products, and artists are paid generous royalties for their designs to help them in continue with their creative work.
‘Disorder in Stasis’ is a conceptual triptych wallpaper taken from an original piece of art by Joel Weaver. The original striped artwork for Feldspar was draw by hand by Joel Weaver; each precise line has been drawn by pen, with the fading corresponding to the ink running out and the darker lines indicating where a new pen has been started. The edge detail shows the end of each hand drawn line.
Kate Watson-Smyth of the Mad About the House blog has been so supportive of small businesses.
Thanks very much to her for featuring us in her Small Business Shout Out as part of her new Design Storey edited interiors shop newsletter.