Owls at Twentytwentyone

14 Mar

After popping into the craft fayre/flea market at The Horatio on Holloway Road on Sunday, I took a peek into Twentytwentyone on Upper Street. I’m drawing an owl at the moment so these fellas caught my attention.

Sculptural owls made of walnut by Matt Pugh, with coloured tops in either green or white lacquer.

George Nelson’s ‘Zoo timers’ were a colourful and graphic contrast to his sculptural clocks from the 1950s. They’re made of lacquered wood and metal.

This Lagom Owl greetings card by Ellen Giggenbach is created by hand cutting specially coloured paper to produce designs which have an eclectic mix of simple 1950s and 60s shapes and European folk art. Twentytwentyone’s website is here.

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