WELOVECUSHIONS announced its new license agreement with ‘The William Morris Gallery’.
Located in Lloyd Park in Walthamstow, London, the William Morris Gallery collection comprises over 10,000 objects and is uniquely placed to tell the story of the life and work of Morris and his artistic circle.
Holdings include original designs, textiles, wallpapers, furniture, stained glass, ceramics, metalwork, books, and archival materials as well as personal items.
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In addition to the Morris holdings, the Gallery owns a wide-ranging collection of Arts and Crafts material. This includes significant works by Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo and the Century Guild, William De Morgan, Walter Crane, May Morris, George Jack, and Christopher Whall among others.
“The Arts & Crafts Collection’, will see designs from the rich archive transferred to handmade cushions and deckchairs, drawing upon the instantly recognizable patterns of Morris & CFA Voysey for its initial collection,” Mark Turner, Owner, WELOVECUSHIONS said
The initial collection consists of eleven cushions and five deckchairs encompassing designs such as Morris’ Strawberry Thief, Marigold, Daisy, Wandle, Indian, Bird and Anemone, and Blackthorn.
The cushions, which are printed and made in London, costs around RRP 35 pounds and will be available online and at selected retailers.