Instead of a card, why not send words? This beautiful selection of poems celebrates the glory and mystery of all manner of trees – from David Constantine’s apple tree clothed in frost to Alistair Elliot’s birch waving its ‘delicate hair’ in the breeze. “I’m thankful to the trees outside my window” says Moniza Alvi at the beginning of her poem of the same name. This is tree-love of the everyday kind – the simple pleasure of looking out on a garden from which familiar trees look back.
Poems by Moniza Alvi, Paul Batchelor, David Constantine, Alistair Elliot, Gerard Manley Hopkins, DH Lawrence, Kim Moore, Louisa Rhodes, Ruby Robinson and Edward Thomas. Cover illustration by Richard Shimell. Donation to the Woodland Trust for each sale.
Seed bombs like you've never seen them before: Sinestesiart Botanicum is a project designed to unite art, botany and social commitment. Each pack contains four clay balls with three varieties of seeds that germinate throughout the year and grow to reflect an impressionist aesthetic. Four...
A choice of 2 inspiring quotations from Ada Lovelace, an amazing figure whose passion and vision have made her a powerful symbol for modern women in technology. £3 from the sale of each tea towel will be donated to Ada Lovelace Day (findingada.com). Present Indicative...
This poster is attributed to Lev Brodaty and was designed in 1917 at the very birth of the Soviet Union. Made from super soft faux suede with canvas back. Measures 45 x 45cm. Machine washable at 30°C. Cushion pad included.
A condiment set made of rubberised soft touch plastic to give an urban edge to your dining. Salt and pepper shakers form the factory chimneys and the neighbouring buildings house a two-compartment tray perfect for spices or salt crystals. Dishwasher safe Measures 11cm x 8cm...