'Spring' Illustrated Poetry Tea Towel

Lauren Marina

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    • Order placed
    • 24th April
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    • 26th April
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    • Standard delivery
    • 30th April - 2nd May

Credentials

  • Made in UK
Description

My illustrated tea towels are often proclaimed as ‘too nice to do the dishes!’, so it’s your choice, to use them in the kitchen or as a fabric wall hanging.

'Spring Will Come Again' is a double-meaning phrase. Of course, the art reflects the turning of the seasons, but it is also a reassuring note - knowing that even in our darkest winters, we must know that life will bloom again.

The designs feature words from my poetry inspired by my mindfulness practice and my love for the natural world.

The striking monochromatic designs are printed on organic cotton and hand sewn in the UK.

They have a natural, flecked, and weighty base fabric with a simple hook on the reverse for hanging.

Need to know

  • 45 x 68 cm
  • Supplied with a branded recyclable tag
  • Magnetic clip frame hanger not included
  • Hand drawn and designed in Dorset, UK

Delivery

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Receive it by 30th April - 2nd May

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Illustrator Lauren Marina proudly displays her illustrated goods at a local makers market

Lauren Marina

poole, Dorset

I'm Lauren Marina, an illustrator, poet, and pattern designer living and working by the sea in Dorset.

I create a range of soulfully illustrated home and giftware designed to evoke a sense of joy, connection, and calm.

My work is consistently created in a limited monochrome palette. I work using a digital technique that is a contemporary blend of my traditional printmaking roots with my love for the hand drawn.

My illustrated goods are all thoughtfully produced in the UK using sustainable methods.