David Hockney - Celebration of Colour

This collection was inspired by the David Hockney Retrospective in Tate Britain in 2017. David Hockney’s work is one of the great landmarks of post-modernism. He not only uses great colour but it also challenges our relationship to colour as well. His work is an inspiration for others and makes us less fearful of colour. Brights and pastels, bold vibrant colours and cheerful yellows all help to lift a table or an interior. For more information on the exhibition see here.

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Takae Mizutani - Hidden Message Fine Bone China Cup - Blue
Art Earrings by Pixalum
Art Earrings

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ESPAGNA Silk Scarf by So Klara


ESPAGNA Silk Scarf
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Pixelated Triangles Printed Silk Cushion - Red by Nitin Goyal London
Hothouse Glass Coaster Set by Terrarium
Hundreds & Thousands Mixed Coasters  by Jonna Saarinen
Lily light lamp shade blue by Desinature
Pink TV Handcrafted A6 Snakeskin Journal by Bask Bindery
Pink TV Handcrafted A6 Journal

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Scribble Coat Rack - Red by Headsprung
The Ooob Doorstop/bookend by Headsprung in mango
Natural History Collection Mugs in Bone China by Michelle Mason
Multistripe cufflinks by Georgina Griffiths
Multistripe Cufflinks

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Hothouse Cushion by Terrarium
In the Undergrowth Cushion by Terrarium
Cumulo Nimbus Cloud Lampshade by Snowden Flood
Soner Ozenc CMYK shade - Magenta Yellow
Cassis cushion by Michelle Mason
Welsummer Oblong Cushion
Sunny day square cushion by Lindsey Lang Design
Lily light lamp shade red by Desinature
Dahlia Linen Cushion by Michelle Mason
Dahlia Cushion
Navy White Dipped Stoneware Vase by Lesley McShea
Orange Neon Stoneware Mug by Lesley McShea

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