NEW Who Dung It the exciting and educational game available in the online shop. Ideal to play with family or post to a friend this Christmas. VERY excited to share with you my new cheesy greetings cards, now available in the shop!Milk Top Mugs and Jugs now in store!
Psychedelic, fun and heart-warming story books by Paul and Lydia Leith.
"With their bold colours, strange imagery and bizarre plots, each book has a slightly psychedelic feel and the witty copywriting and cheerful illustrations will appeal to both adults and children." Creative Review.
Lydia Leith Ceramic Conkers. A little pieces of everlasting childhood nostalgia that will never wrinkle or loose their shine! Hand made and hand painted.
Appointed by Carlisle Council and Groundwork UK to create a large public art mural for the Dulux Lets Colour Campaign on the Bitts Park Subway in Carlisle. The mural was a huge community project engaging lots of volunteers. Local dog walkers were painted in the mural with live dog portraits.
A twist on the traditional British seaside town souvenir, the Stick of Rock Mugs are manufactured in Stoke on Trent England. At first appearing as a conventional stripy mug until a sip is taken revealing the seaside towns name on the based.
Wire up tea set, using fairy lights in a pattern to create these cheerful designs. (Licensed with bone china suppliers Buttercup of London.)
The Queen Elizabeth jelly moulds, designed for the Diamond Jubilee for street parties this large royal jelly make quite the centerpiece. Vacuum formed from food safe plastic and hand finished, all jelly moulds are manufactured in the UK.
Diageo worked with Lydia Leith to create eye catching British summer time merchandise for a Pimm's Pop up summer garden bar in Soho, London. The designs included tote bags, temporary tattoos and red queen jelly moulds with a tailor made Pimm's and lemonade jelly recipe.
To mark the centenary of the First World War Eden Arts commissioned an installation art trail to be installed in the grounds of Historic house Hutton in the Forest. The focus was on Carrier Pigeons and the messages they delivered. Messages on wooden pigeons were hung the trees and stamps were collected at points around the trail.