Transformative Tea Towel Collection

 Tea towel collection

A new collection of artist designed Tea Towels – a must for everyone’s home.

A great gift, these limited-edition tea towels are made in the UK, and printed on long lasting and sustainable union linen.

Each has been specially commissioned.  £18.00 + P&P

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Effie Burns tea towel

Effie Burns

For her Tea Towel design Effie used specially made inks from rose leaves and petals and the shaggy inkcap mushroom.

Effie's tactile and textured works made in glass often use everyday natural objects.  Like an alchemist she transforms them through the traditional techniques of casting, gilding and engraving into unique miniatures which fit into the palm of your hand. 

Effie was born in Sheffield and lives and works in North Yorkshire, UK. She has an MA in Art in Context and BA (Hons) 3D Design (glass with Ceramics) University of Sunderland.


Chris Dobrowolski tea towel

Chris Dobrowolski

 Chris says: “I wanted to find a visual relationship between 'art' and 'tea towels' and have devised a series of 6 reproductions of modern sculpture made from 'washing up'.  I call the series 'The Kitchen Sink Dioramas'.”

 Chris’ practice encompasses performance, sculpture and storytelling.  His inventive work explores landscape and location, nostalgia and escape.  He creates works of art that will allow him to come to terms with the absurdities of modern living – or else to escape his daily life entirely.

 Chris was born and lives and works in Essex.  He studied at the Royal College of Art.  He also studied in Hull where he was invited to return and commissioned as part of the Hull 2017 UK City of Culture.  He has exhibited and performed nationally and internationally including participating in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and was also an artist in residence with the British Antarctic Survey.


Annabel Pearl

Annabel Pearl

For her Tea Towel design Annabel was inspired by the domestic objects we have and love in our homes.

Annabel’s influences range from archaeological illustration and social histories to personal stories both real and imagined.

Her clients include: Lulu Guinness the Foundling Museum, Smythson of Bond St, Selfridges, M.A.C., Estée Lauder, MATCHES fashion, Pellicano Hotels and Warner Music. 

Annabel was born in Liverpool and now lives and works in Suffolk.  She has a BA Hons Fine Art from Newcastle University, an MA from Central St Martins and a PhD from Chelsea College of Art.

Each Tea Towel is digitally printed on Linen Union

Size: 78x48cm