Posts Tagged: illustration

Edith Rewa’s Natural World

Super excited to welcome a brilliant young Aussie artist/botanist to our humble blog today. Edith Rewa Barrett lives in a natural world where textile design, illustration, silk scarves and art prints are her daily jam. Edith is a stirred by all things botanical and Australian, so it’s no coincidence that she lives in the Blue… Read more »

The Most Furious Goose

Honk Honk! Peep Peep! Hiss Hiss! Introducing the king of the most disruptive fabrics, and prints with the most personality – Mr Patrick Morrison aka Furious Goose. Patrick is a trained painter and printmaker, an experienced graphic designer, illustrator and brand consultant, and wait for it… He’s a full blown pro at etching and linocut… Read more »

Amazing Annie

Hello there world! Some very exciting times are upon us here at Think Positive – we’ve got a bunch of great new content coming up to inspire and excite you. But one thing at a time, we don’t want to give all of our sparkly secrets away at once. Sooooo, (drumroll)… Today is the T+… Read more »


Charlotte Linton is a┬áLondon-based illustrator and textile designer. She creates beautiful wool delaine scarves printed with her illustrated representations of whimsical far-off lands, including Greenland, Java, Tibet and Madagascar. Each collection of scarves is based on the adventures of her alter-ego Ermantrude, an early 20th century zoologist. This season she travelled to Greenland, where “under… Read more »


Working with colour it can be easy to forget how simple and effective black and white can be. Here is a series of East Asian line drawings, posted on BibioOdyssey, that we think could inspire some pretty nice prints.