Our stunning 'How the Leopard Got His Spots' velvet by linocut artist Alexis Snell is now available as a striking lampshade and cushion.
With its distinctive jungle pattern of plush leaves and leaping leopards this fabric has been taken from a hand print and retains all the character of the original.
“I like things that are a bit dark and strange and I'm always drawn to a good story. A flea market, a late night drunken conversation, an old advert or a matchbox might get me thinking about a new idea." - Alexis Snell
'How the Leopard got his Spots' complements both contemporary and period settings and has been featured in Elle Decoration , Homes and Gardens and Livingetc magazines.
Thank you to our wonderful customer Silson Contemporary Art Gallery in Harrogate for allowing us to take photographs.
The lampshade is hand made in England to a high standard and suitable for bulbs up to 60W. We used fabric lighting cable for our pendant lights from Dowsing and Reynolds.
Please select whether you require a shade for a pendant light or a lamp base, see technical information for sizes.