Seed | Original & Unusual Gifts, Jewellery & Homeware

  0  
Gothic Dot Cereal Bowl

NEW

Gothic Dot Cereal Bowl

A deep bowl just right for a hearty breakfast! This gorgeous, handmade bowl has been decorated with a unique take on the classic polka dot pattern.

£42.50

Tudor Lace Cereal Bowl

NEW

Tudor Lace Cereal Bowl

A large bowl perfect for adding something special to your breakfast spread. The surface has been decorated with a unique take on the classic polka dot pattern and the finished with small dots of gold lustre along joining seams.

£42.50

Gothic Dot Pudding Bowl

NEW

Gothic Dot Pudding Bowl

A stack of these pudding bowls would look fantastic in any kitchen! Just the right size for dessert, these charming dishes from Vanessa Conyers have been made by hand and are each completely unique.

£30.00

Indian Summer Pudding Bowl

NEW

Indian Summer Pudding Bowl

Just the right size for a couple of scoops of your favourite ice cream, this gorgeous bowl from Vanessa Conyers has bags of charm.

£30.00

Storyteller T411- Sid Dickens Memory Block

Storyteller T411- Sid Dickens Memory Block

"The minstrel plays to spread his spiritual liberation."

£99.00

Ships Ahoy T412- Sid Dickens Memory Block

Ships Ahoy T412- Sid Dickens Memory Block

"Journey’s way through vast seas, discovering valuable lessons by chance."

£99.00

United T413 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

United T413 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

"Partners soaring through the sky; champions of love."

£99.00

Kaleidoscope T414 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

Kaleidoscope T414 - Sid Dickens Memory Block

"Joined as one, we see no difference in the kaleidoscope of light’s reaction"

£99.00

Mar

30

2017
April Artist of the Month: Lina Löfstrand

April Artist of the Month: Lina Löfstrand

An interview with Swedish born illustrator Lina Löfstrand about her creative practice and what goes into her charming and unique illustrations.

Swedish born illustrator Lina Löfstrand has been drawing for as long as she can remember. After moving to the UK, Lina studied Applied Art and Drawing Degree at UWE in Bristol, which is where she is now based as part of the creative collection 'Blaze in Bristol'. Her illustrations are a mixture of fantastical, imaginary, imagery and real animals. Often she uses a combination of watercolours and inks to create her pieces but also enjoys drawing with pencil. We chatted to Lina Löfstrand about her process and what she likes doing on her days off. - Can you tell me a bit more about yourself and why you began designing? Lina Lofstrand I have always loved being creative and expressing myself and my imagination through drawing. Making and illustrating has been something I have always enjoyed doing and after a reassuring pep talk with my dad in 2008 I decided to start Art Uni and haven’t put my pen down since! - When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? A doctor, a vet, a baker or an artist. - What are your ambitions? I have for a long time been dreaming about making a book. I have two ideas for books that I am working on at the moment and am hoping to have a chance to write and illustrate during 2017. But right now one of my biggest desires is to find a nice house to live in with my own studio where I can set up my desk in frontLina Lofstrand of with a big window. - What do you do when you aren’t working? Playing with my brilliant one year old, walking in the woods, day dreaming, going on daytrips or writing letters to friends I miss. -How do you spend a typical weekend? / Sunday? Playing with my little boy in the park watching birds, dogs and airplanes, drawing while he sleeps and eating apples. As a self-employed working mum, most days of the week look the same, but I love it. -What is one of your most memorable/exciting trips? I had a lovely mini-holiday in London a couple of months before my little boy was born with one of my best friends Lucy. We visited museums all day long, ate homemade cakes and filled our brains and notebooks with so much beautiful inspiration! It was so dreamy! Lina Lofstrand -Which designers/artists do you admire? Edward Gorey, Carson Ellis and Walter Potter -What are you working on right now? An ABC-book for kids, a range of illustrated enamel kitchen wear and tea towels. I have so many plans for 2017 and feel really inspired to make some lots of new work! You can view our range of high quality giclee prints by Lina Löfstrand here.