Laura Robinson, 28, left behind a successful media career to start her printed homeware business. Her trademark is a jaunty, personal style of illustration, applied to 55 London landmarks. Buildings are reduced to punchy outlines in neon shades on a black background, or in white on strong colours; more muted versions are also available.
The artwork comes as framed prints (£45-£50), and homewares including cushions (£55) and mugs (£13). Robinson is launching a new website at One Year On — myiconstory.com — for which she’s designed over 300 icons about family, work, love and travel that customers can “drag and drop” to create their own artwork life story….Read More