Welcome to the second issue of Unlimited Editions, featuring the most recent and exciting prints and products on offer at the Unlimited design shop & gallery in the heart of Brighton. Here are a few of our favourite new gift ideas for your Christmas wishlists and design inspiration to beat the winter blues!
Design shop & gallery 10 Church Street Brighton BN1 1US Telephone 01273 204 423 Email email@example.com www.unlimitedshop.co.uk Design studio www.weareunlimited.co.uk Email firstname.lastname@example.org About Unlimited — Unlimited is an independent design shop, gallery and studio based in Brighton. — The design studio was founded in 2008, and works primarily with creative organisations from the worlds of art, culture and education. — In 2010, we opened our design shop – showcasing an innovative range of prints, products, textiles, jewellery and gifts from a unique collective of like-minded contemporary creatives.
All works © of the artists Everything else © Unlimited 2013 Printed by www.mortons.co.uk
Cover Image Polar Bear by Paul Farrell
Opposite Christmas window by Chloe Batchelor 2
All information correct at the time of publishing (November 2013). Unlimited reserve the right to change any information, stock or pricing without prior notice. Prices do not include P&P or delivery.
New to Unlimited
New to Unlimited Screenprinted plywood clocks by Lisa Jones
Red Fox £25 Green Bear £25
Hand drawn and painted jewellery by Kirstin Stride
Brooch £20 Earrings £22
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Nursery Names alphabet card pack by Emily Forgot
Hand painted Brighton Blocks by Ella McClean
Two Storey houses £30 Four Storey townhouses £45
Bone china rings by Moko Sellars
Prices range from £25–£70
Richard Horne (aka El Horno) is a multitalented graphic designer, illustrator, author, and printer. He has written, illustrated and designed six books, five in the best-selling 101 Things To Do series and A is for Armageddon, an illustrated catalogue of disasters. He also illustrated the best-selling book, The Dangerous Book for Boys, winner of the 2007 Book of the Year at the British Book Awards. His latest publication, the Modern Day Spotters Guide is out in bookshops now. We have a great range of fun, limited edition prints by El Horno, including his Mini London Disasters and QWERKY characters’ series which are available from our Unlimited shop and website.
Top Tate Modern
Gocco print, 175x200mm, £30 Middle (left to right) St Pauls / Westminster / Battersea
Gocco print, 175x200mm, £30 each Bottom (left to right) Hash / Escape
Gocco print, 198x168mm, £20 each
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PAUL FARRELL Paul Farrell is a designer and printmaker based in Bristol. His bold, colourful style is inspired by nature and an interest in graphic arts. Before concentrating on a solo career, Paul had worked as a graphic designer in London for 20 years. He now divides his time between getting hands-on printmaking and designing new work at his studio. His interest is in visually communicating an object clearly and simply, using silhouette, colour and shape. He’s been busy working on new design collections involving precious stones and butterflies. We have a wide selection of Paul’s prints and other screenprinted products including tea towels, cushions and cards which are available from our Unlimited shop and website.
Top (left) Red Fox
Silkscreen print, 297x420mm, £65 Top (right) Candy Quartz
Silkscreen print, 210x297mm, £55 Bottom Peacock
New butterfly series available soon
Kitty was born in Dublin, grew up in Nigeria and England, and then studied textile design at Birmingham Institute of Art and Design. Having worked in London for 8 years, she now lives and works in Leighton Buzzard as a print designer, dividing her time between commissions for clients and running her own label. Inspired by old patterns and fabrics, fashion, cubism and colour combinations, Kitty McCall is all about embracing print and pattern to create original pieces with a contemporary twist. Her aspiration is to create products that evoke a feeling of joy and beauty in your home. We’re huge fans of Kitty’s work at Unlimited and are pleased to stock her fantastic Astractica range of prints and cushions, and her very striking and popular Papillon print series. A range of 100% cotton fabric designs by Kitty are also available to order from us by the metre. They will be online shortly, and sample swatches will be available to see in the Brighton shop. Top (left to right) Soyinka / Aso Oke
Giclée prints, 500x700mm, £75 or 400x500mm, £55 Bottom Abstractica cushion range
100% cotton printed and made in the UK £65 each (includes pad)
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Box 2 is a collaborative art project by Mike Jolley and Penny Biswell, born out of their joint obsession for collecting and displaying old objects, and their fascination with the world of ‘Wunderkammer’. Their aim is to curate and create unique collections of unusual old objects, and present them to their audience in a surprising and contemporary way. Whether conceptual or purely aesthetic you are forced to think about the objects in a new way – there is a beauty and quality brought to the most mundane through using repetition and order. Each piece by Box 2 is a unique, one- off composition. Please do visit or contact us to find out which pieces are available at the Unlimited shop.
535x535mm, £650 Bottom (left) Yellow Green Game
415x530mm, £545 Bottom (right) Guardian Gnomes
Charlotte graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2006 with an MA in Communication Design, and has been working freelance ever since – drawing, writing and designing for a wide variety of clients. Her work is a combination of low tech printing methods and small intensive detail contrasted with ‘mistakes’, imperfections and a bit of gestural mark making! Her vivid and contemporary use of colour, such as pastels, metallics and fluorescents, makes each piece deliciously eye-catching. We love the playfulness of her work and are very excited to have a number of her screenprints here at Unlimited, both on our website and in our Brighton shop.
Top Do You Feel Lucky?
Silkscreen print, 400x560mm, £175 Bottom Bananas
Silkscreen print, 560x765mm, £300
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ARTHOUSE Meath is a social enterprise creating artworks and products with images created by adults living with severe epilepsy and learning difficulties. Their main aim is to show what can be achieved – offering life-changing purpose to individuals, especially those who have been told they can’t or have been made to feel redundant in the past. The majority of ARTHOUSE Meath artists experience severe epilepsy – to help reduce epileptic seizures, it is important that the brain is occupied, enthused and interested – this creative stimulation is provided in a caring, sheltered environment in which the artists also develop social and technical skills, work ethics and team participation. ARTHOUSE Meath has a huge sense of team pride – artists, staff and volunteers are all involved at every level and all achievements are celebrated. We are very proud to be supporting their venture and stocking their beautifully produced range of products at Unlimited – including bone chinaware, gift wrap, hand screenprinted books and textiles.
Top (left and right) Mugs
£9.50 Jugs £22 Bottom A4 Sketchbook
£6.50 A5 Notebook
Spokeshaved was started by cabinet maker Mark Lane with the aim of celebrating and promoting independent craftsmanship, original works and unconventional design, with an emphasis on detail, engineering and craft. It has allowed Mark to explore his self-initiated ideas alongside his established commissionbased business, Square One Design Workshop. Ben Fowler, is a part of the Spokeshaved collective and a Chartered Member of the Institute of Designers. He established Fowler & Company in 1986 and has built a reputation for the provision of unique furniture d esign and prototyping practice alongside the manufacture of fine contemporary furniture. With 30 years experience, Ben has designed furniture for Habitat, The Conran Shop, Marks & Spencer, John Lewis and Willis & Gambier. In 2012, he won a Design Guild Mark for his ‘Sonoma Folding Wardrobe’ for Mark & Spencer. We’re very pleased to be stocking beautifully crafted pieces from both Mark and Ben at Unlimited. We have Mark’s solid Oak or Walnut iPad and iPad Mini cases, and Ben’s solid Steamed Beech Hat, Coat & Shoe Tree. Both can be seen at our shop and gallery in Brighton.
Top and middle iPad and iPad Mini cases by Mark Lane
Oak iPad £159 Oak iPad Mini £129 Walnut iPad £169 Walnut iPad Mini £139 Bottom (left and right) Hat, Coat & Shoe Tree by Ben Fowler
Left: single section, 650x300x100mm, £179 Right: 5 sections shown
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GALVIN BROTHERS We are very happy be able to showcase the work of Galvin Brothers – Patrick (one half of Unlimited) having worked with Matthew Galvin for a number of years whilst they were both designers at Why Not Associates in London. Galvin Brothers design and make contemporary handcrafted furniture from their workshops in Beverley, East Yorkshire. The business was formed as a partnership between Matthew Galvin (designer) and Andrew Galvin (joiner) in March 2012 building on their Father’s 61 years of joinery and cabinet making experience. Their designs celebrate the uniquely wonderful properties of English Oak and other solid woods, placing traditional joinery techniques at the centre of contemporary forms — functional objects with a twist. Galvin Brothers furniture is designed and built to last; honest-to-goodness and evenly priced. At Unlimited, we have their (Perfectly) Imperfect Stool – so-called because it incorporates an odd leg, and their Pippy Oak School Bench which is a versatile and functional celebration of the timber, showing off all of the characteristic clusters of pips and knots that make each bench unique.
Top (Perfectly) Imperfect Stool
Solid Oak, 300x460x300mm, £175 Middle Pippy Oak School Bench
English Pippy Oak & Powder Coated Steel, 1400x440x250mm, £450 or 1750x440x250mm, £510
Top (left) Hot Dog
Steven is an illustrator who lives and works in Brighton. Originally from North London, Steven fell in love with Brighton whilst studying on the renowned Illustration course there. He can often be found foraging through the local flea markets for obscure books and paraphernalia to use as inspiration for his varied and experimental work. He has a particular passion for working on album covers as he enjoys their permanent nature. “I like the idea that with an album sleeve the artwork is forever associated with that album and so you are creating a little piece of history.” Clients include The New Yorker, Warner music, Universal music, Nike, The New York Times, Selfridges, MTV, Wallpaper magazine and Virgin.
Silkscreen print, 500x700mm, £100 Top (right) Bird
Giclée print, 400x400mm, £65 Middle (right) Night Owl
Giclée print, 400x400mm, £65
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Top (left) Dot Dot
Giclée print, 400x500mm, £50
HelloMarine was born in Paris, grew up in the South of France and moved to Brighton to study Graphic Design. Now living and working in Brighton as an illustrator, she divides her time between commissions for clients and personal work that she exhibits regularly. She is inspired by music, fashion, the 1960’s French Ye-Ye movement, vintage toys, carboot sales, polka dots and patterns in general, grizzlies, tipis and Alfred Hitchcock films. Her clients include among others The Guardian, Penguin and The Big Chill festival. Marine has been with Unlimited since we started, and her artwork includes the well-known and much admired Une Pomme and Un Ours prints that can also be seen both in our shop and online.
Top (right) Big Fox
Giclée print, 400x500mm, £50 Middle (left) Tipi
Giclée print, 297x420mm, £30
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Published on Nov 28, 2013
Issue 2 of Unlimited Editions, a publication designed and produced by Unlimited Design Shop & Gallery in Brighton, UK. It features the most...