ARTFINDER: Just needs Tonic by Hannah Bruce - These lovely lime slices are part of my series looking at close up macro fruit. They work brilliantly against my strawberry paintings too. I was really int...
Jen Moules is a British illustrator and surface pattern designer. Her inspiration comes from her surroundings, with a passion for nature and wildlife, this is reflected in both her illustrative work and textile designs. Jen’s current range of products include prints, cushions, greeting cards, gift wrap, fabrics, lampshades and wallpapers which are all available on her own online store. I love the style of this particular piece, watercolour patches with black ink to define the shapes.
the fantastic work of author and textile artist Ruth Singer. Inspired by historical textiles, museum objects, personal heritage, memory and stories, Ruth creates one-off textile artworks and products using sustainable and recycled materials. She uses hand-stitched construction techniques such as pleating, gathering, applique and structured stuffing to create dense surface texture.
Ceramics by Peter Ilsley at Studiopottery.co.uk - Created in 2006.
Norwex Sportzyme contains dormant non-pathogenic bacterial spores. When sprayed on a surface the bacteria feed off food sources such as sweat, athletes’ foot, fungal organisms, blood, urine and other micro-organic matter that live in sports or work equipment, clothes and gear. The bacteria release enzymes that breakdown the organic matter into smaller particles converting them to water and carbon dioxide.