All posts featuring Helen Musselwhite

Tea2 window display by Helen Musselwhite

Marvel at Helen Musselwhite's stunning window display at the Tea2 Regent Street store. All part of London Design Week 2018. 

Helen Musselwhite - Molton Brown Christmas

Christmas came early for paper craftswoman Helen Musselwhite when Molton Brown got in touch back in April to discuss their 2017 Christmas campaign. The design team at Molton Brown commissioned Helen to create a series of scenes, which included The Albert Hall, Regents Street and Piccadilly Circus. 

Helen works with a range of photographers and stylists and on this occasion Molton Brown hired their trusted still-life snapper Ben Edwards and stylist Bianca Zehra. The paper sets were transported down to London and captured during a week-long photo/video shoot. 

Molton Brown used the assets across print, POS and also created some beautiful window displays. We're all very happy with the end results. 

Royal Mail Christmas stamps by Helen Musselwhite

We are extremely proud to finally be able to share the official 2016 Royal Mail Christmas stamp collection that was created by Helen Musselwhite. Created by hand out of paper and then photographed, these designs will be adorning thousands of envelopes this Christmas. 

Helen Musselwhite - Penguin by Hand

Sometimes you can't beat the hand made touch and that is the essence of the 'Penguin by Hand' collection which consists of six of Penguin's best loved titles written by women in recent years each being given their own beautifully craft-inspired jacket.

Helen was chosen to create the artwork for Karen Joy Fowler's 'The Jane Austen Book Club'. Using the setting of the book as a starting point Helen knew that she wanted to include California poppies and bright colours to convey the West Coast sunshine. The structure of the image was influenced by Georgian calling cards and there's even text from vintage copies of Jane Austen novels printed onto painted sheets of watercolour paper which we thought was a nice touch.

Click through the images to not only see how the image came together but to have a good insight into what Helen's creative process is like.

Five 5's for our 5th Birthday

If you follow us on Twitter or Instagram you'll probably know that we celebrated our 5th birthday yesterday and to mark the occasion Hey studio created an awesome 5 print for us.

What we hadn't expected was an impromtu outpouring of birthday love from some of our other artists and before we knew it more 5's were flying in from Hastings, Manchester, Berlin and Tokyo. So thanks to Helen Musselwhite, Sarah Maycock, Martina Flor and Andrew Joyce for getting involved. We love our five 5's

 

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