Morris and Farrow

Collection by Tim Lewis

Tim Lewis
The artwork 'Sweet Briar' design for wallpaper, printed by John Henry Dearle 1917 - William Morris we deliver as art print on canvas, poster, plate or finest hand made paper. William Morris Wallpaper, William Morris Art, Morris Wallpapers, Colorfull Wallpaper, Fabric Wallpaper, Of Wallpaper, Designer Wallpaper, Wallpaper Designs, Nature Wallpaper

Sweetbriar wallpaper, by William Morris | | High quality art prints

Sweetbriar wallpaper, by William Morris by John Henry Dearle. High quality art prints with a selection of frame and size options, and canvases.

The use of typography to create a portrait. Although I do not find this the most inspirational piece, it again demonstrates the use of words to build up a general portrait. Creative Typography, Typography Poster, Typography Portrait, Text Portrait, Inspiration Typographie, Classe D'art, Arte Popular, Art Abstrait, Art Graphique

Utada Hikaru Typo Portrait by Ashed-Dreams on DeviantArt

4 days on and off for assignment purpose... lost count of how many hours I've been working on her. Off to bed i go~ Enjoy. Respect and play by the ... Utada Hikaru Typo Portrait

Walter Pfeiffer: Scrapbooks Ever wanted to get behind the mind of a great photographer and find out how they spot beauty in the banal? i-D online talk to Walter Pfeiffer about just that, in. Great Photographers, Scrapbooks, Photo Book, Bullet Journal, Pictures, Heaven, Layout, Woman, Party

Photocarver | Bilder zum Anfassen

Photocarver - Individuelle Fotogeschenke zum anfassen

Tea history: From how Shen Nong accidentally discovered tea until Mongols treatened the tea culture in China, to how the East India Company monopolized the tea trade and spread tea all over the world. Storm And Silence, Royal Charter, East India Company, Tea Brands, East Indies, Strategy Games, How To Make Tea, Trading Company, Writing Inspiration

Top Tea Brands / tea brands CTS18

Lipton Sir Thomas Lipton was a Scottish-born entrepreneur and innovator who decided in 1880, at the age of 40, that he would make tea accessible to all at acceptable prices and with a guaranteed quality. Before Thomas Lipton, tea had been expensive. It was a beverage for the rich and variable in taste as a result of improper packaging and transportation. Thomas Lipton acquired tea estates in Ceylon (today Sri Lanka) and organized packaging and transportation at low cost to sell his teas…