La La Land - Tropical Abode Tea Towel
A crazy extravaganza featuring tropical animals partying up a storm on Murilo Manzini's illustrated tea towel!
Digitally Printed on 55% Linen 45% Cotton Blend Tea Towel
Size: 440mm X 640mm
Fancy Room Tea Towel X David Shrigley
Large Fancy Room Filled With Crap was going to be the title for David Shrigley's first retrospective show at the Hayward Gallery in London until it was changed to Brain Activity. Originally, these tea towels were printed in a limited edition of 1000. Due to their popularity, they have been re-released by Third Drawer Down in a new colour-way as an open edition.
About the Artist
David Shrigley is a Glasgow-based artist whose drawing style evolved as a reaction to the seriousness of the art he was expected to produce at art school. He bases his work on intuition rather than long-winded theory. Shrigley is also a self-editor, ripping up whatever he thinks doesn't work into teeny-weeny pieces so that they can't be recycled. He holds onto the things that surprise him and make him laugh.
Bonnie & Neil Tea Towel - Palms Seagrass
White 100% linen tea towel hand screen printed with palms design in seagrass (TT1906).
Dimensions: 50cm x 70cm
Care Instructions: Cold gentle machine or hand wash with gentle laundry liquid, line dry and iron on reverse while slightly damp. Please do not bleach, tumble dry or dry clean.
My Life Is Crap Tea Towel X Magda Archer
-Packaged in envelope
-50cm x 67cm (19.6" x 26.3")
Kindness Tea Towel X David Shrigley
How good is kindness, we all need reminding sometimes and what better way to do it than on you wall. This 100% linen artwork will bring happy vibes to your home.
About the Artist
Third Drawer Down Studio first collaborated with British artist David Shrigley in 2007. Shrigley came into prominence through his drawings, publications and sculptural works. His drawings have a kind of throwaway beauty featuring monster children, idiots, aliens and bad parents. Full of twisted lists and exchanges, Shrigley is a Third Drawer Down favourite both for his angst about modern living, his everyday disappointments and his endless cynicism.
-67cm x 50cm (19.7 x 26.4"")