Classic print archive collaborations and collections designed on commission.
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Little Cotton Clothes
Inspired by happy childhoods in the English countryside, the founding sisters of Little Cotton Clothes, Imogen and Leonie, have a wonderful eye for charming prints and classic children’s wear shapes. Added to this is their eye for a subtle and modern colour palette. They are one of our top favourite kids wear brands and we think our Carnation print suits their crisp cottons perfectly. We are so delighed to have collaborated with them on their SS23 collection!
Under the umbrella of the Joy of Print studio, we have created all the botanical artwork and illustrations for Cath's new project, C.ATHERLEY, a bath and body care brand inspired by her love of scented geraniums and founded in her greenhouse. To shop the first collection, Geranium No.1, head to c-atherley.com or follow on @c.atherleylondon
Joy of Print founder Cath has long admired Tori’s dedication to British manufacturing, her clean design aesthetic and the beautiful quality of her products. We were delighted when she asked Joy of Print to collaborate on some designs to translate into her woven patterns. Working in a new medium has been so inspiring and we think Tori has done a great job transforming our prints into this wonderful table top collection. We are so proud of the results and it’s been a huge pleasure working with Tori and her team.
Rosi de Ruig
Rosi de Ruig has always been passionate about design, pattern and colour. She has accumulated a dedicated following for her distinctive paper lampshades and colourful lamps which capture her love for all that is individual and handmade. Joy of Print founder Cath is a keen collector of Rosi’s shades and so a collection sharing Rosi’s craftsmanship and Joy of Print’s patterned papers seemed only natural.
Fine Cell Work
We are very proud to have collaborated with Fine Cell Work to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their incredible mission.
Inspired by The Stitcher's Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022, and the theme of regrowth, we were asked to design a collection of patterns based on the herbaceous perennials featured in the garden. The patterns were then hand-stitched in British prisons into a range of home and giftware products, to be sold to raise funds for the charity. The inspiration and patterns were shared with Nina Campbell and William Yeoward who, in turn, created their own collections based on the patterns and the garden.
Teaching prisoners high-quality needlework boosts their self-worth, instils self-discipline, and fosters hope. Fine Cell Work's aim is for their stitchers to finish their sentences with work skills, money earned and saved, and the self-belief to not re-offend.
Joy of Print have partnered with Uniqlo on Womenswear and Kids/ Baby print collections since 2019. As well as print design, we provide consultancy and concept across a selection of their Women's loungewear range.