Brand New Donna Wilson and Noodoll stationary set

Friday, 30 September 2011

Hello everyone.  Bring back snail mail! Enjoy writing letters to your loved ones with these creature notecards and have fun decorating them with the stickers provided.
A collaboration with Noodoll who also does lots of cute products.
The pack includes: 8 Notecards, 2 Sheets of stickers, 2 Envelopes and 2 Bookmarks.
20cm x 15cm

Work in progress for Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Wednesday, 21 September 2011

 This November I am having a show at Yorkshire sculpture park, (it's opening on the 19th of November)
I've been asked to design some limited edition prints for the show, as well as a collection of original drawings.
I thought I'd show you all a sneak preview of what I'm working on.....

 A bear with a hairy chest.
 Birds and Squirrels
 Polar bear in Fairisle jumpers.
 Lovely lady
 Birds nests

 More creatures in Fairsles
 Foxes with long tails
 Peeping Tom
 Plants in pyjamas
and a bunny in pj's

These pieces will all be framed and for sale throughout the space, as well as a knitted tree installation, creatures and lots of work in the shop.
 It's a new thing for me, as I normally do these type of drawings before I make a creature, but never normally show people them!
hope you like them.
for more information about the show please visit:

sneak preview of design department store

Sunday, 18 September 2011

This week, it's London design festival, and SCP are creating a design department store in their Curtain Road shop, East London.
I set up last week - couldn't have done it without the fantastic merchandising skills of lovely Michael Beard who was over from New York. Thanks Michael!

stop by if you're in London!

Photos of Show at La Fabrika

Saturday, 17 September 2011

 I have just returned from the opening of my show in Brussels. Thanks to everyone who came last night, it was really nice meeting you all, and drinking the very strong Belgian beer!
Kelly Claessens has had some beautiful photos of the shop taken, so I wanted to show you all. Made me want to open a shop too!

The show is on for the next couple of weeks until the 30th of September, so please pop by if you're in the neighborhood.

Monday - Saturday 11 am - 6.30 pm
                             Rue A. Dansaertstraat 182 - Brussels 
+32 2 502 33 25

machinist needed!

Wednesday, 14 September 2011

We are urgently looking for a machinist, preferably with their own sewing machine, and someone that can do a bit of hand sewing for us from home. It's coming into our busy spell now, and have to make lots and lots of swan scarves! (and other things) so if anyone knows of a very good person with these skills, please let us know! email  many thanks!

Our show at La Fabrika, Brussels

Tuesday, 6 September 2011

Please come and join us on Friday the 16th of September at contemporary design shop, La Fabrika in Brussels.

We are showing pieces from our new collection, Furniture collaborations with SCP  as well as one off wrapped Ercol pieces.

here's a sneak preview if you aren't in the Brussels area!

cosy wrap stacking chair
 rainbow twist windsor chair
 basket weave love seat
yarn and bute studio couch

Donna Wilson at Design Department Store for LDF

 We are excited to be taking part in SCP's Design Department Store during London Design Festival.

We are launching our brand new collection in it's entirety and showing along side Michael Marriott, Gubi, Rich Brilliant Willing and London Design Guide 2012–13.

To find out more about each of the designers involved they have a fantastic blog site here:

Times and dates:
17-25 September 2011
Weekdays 09.30–20.00
Saturday 09.30–18.00
Sunday 11.00–17.00
Press launch:
Monday 19th September
Launch party:
Tuesday 20th September
SCP East London
135 Curtain Road
London, EC2A 3BX

hope to see you there!

crabs legs and rosy apples

Saturday, 3 September 2011

I have just returned from a trade shoe in New York, where we had to buy our lunches at Wholefoods,  Wholefoods is the most beautiful supermarket I have ever seen!
Everything was displayed so well, a feast for the eyes!.... and they even play music! why don't they do this in the UK?