We're pleased to announce our next St Jude's exhibition in Edinburgh.
The Darktown Billets-Doux will see Jonny Hannah bring a selection of paintings, prints and other flotsam and jetsam to the city.
We'll also be launching Jonny's new wallpaper for St Jude's.
The exhibition will run from 10th-14th April 2015 in the heart of Edinburgh. For an invitation to the opening event, please sign up to our e-mail newsletter.
Posted by Simon Lewin on February 1st, 2015
We had worked with the photographer Cristian Barnett before and he offered he making of a short film in return for a donation to the Movember fundraising programme (supporting the work of this global men’s health charity).
Posted by Simon Lewin on September 3rd, 2014
Yorkshire Sculpture Park have just released this great film about Mark Hearld's current Birds & Beasts exhibition which runs until February.
Posted by Simon Lewin on December 11th, 2012
Here's a short film from the awards ceremony held at St. Pancras Hotel in October. You'll catch a glimpse of Mark Hearld collecting the award for his Harvest Hare wallpaper.
Posted by Simon Lewin on December 6th, 2012
Having won the Best British Pattern Design with Emily Sutton's Curiosity Shop in last year's awards, we're delighted that Mark Hearld's Harvest Hare wallpaper has been nominated for this year's Elle Decoration British Design Awards.
Based on an original linocut print by Mark, Harvest Hare is a single colour wallpaper, printed in the UK using water-based inks and paper from sustained forests. Available in 3 colourways: blue slate, corn and chalk white.
The awards take on a slightly different format this year with no specific categories - the six nominees with the most votes will be announced as winners at the end of October.
These awards do make a difference to us - if you have a minute or two spare, please do vote for us online.
It's been a busy year for Mark with the publication of his collaboration with Nicola Davies, 'A First Book of Nature', a major exhibition opening at Yorkshire Sculpture Park in November and the first book dedicated to Mark's work being published by Merrell later this year. More on these events soon.
In the meantime, we'd really appreciate your support and your vote!
Posted by Simon Lewin on August 28th, 2012