Earlier this year, we asked four artists to create a pattern for us that they thought reflected the British Red Cross and our values and we absolutely love how differently each one turned out.
Reflective of the artist's individual style, each design is totally unique and yet tied together by the values of the British Red Cross.
Read more about the individual artists and their inspiration below.
Molly Bland for British Red Cross
Molly Bland is a graphic artist and is based by the sea in sunny Morecambe, Lancashire. Using a colourful mix of bold and graphic patterns in her designs, Molly’s new and exclusive artwork created for us, includes one of our fundamental principles: Unity.
Molly working on the design for our new collection.
You’ll find her design translated onto a range of products like the recycled tote bag and 2022 diary below and available to purchase in our retail shops.
Supermundane is an artist, designer and illustrator based in South London. He has worked with us before for our Kindness Will Keep Us Together – and we’re working with him again.
Supermundane in his studio working on his 'Kindness Design'.
His “Kindness” design featuring his distinctive use of colour and graphics can be found on a number of products in our range:
Lily Windsor Walker is a print designer and illustrator based in Manchester. Lily loves experimenting with colour, and is heavily inspired by plants and flowers.
Aware of the benefits that nature and green spaces can have on our health, Lily’s graphic design was inspired by plants. Check out her design across a range of products in shops and online.
Lily in her studio in Manchester.
Jessica Graham is an artist and surface pattern designer living in South London whose playful work begins by her painting several sheets of paper in various colours and then ripping them up into lots of pieces to create a unique design.
You can shop her beautiful design on one of our Notebooks, 2022 planners or tea towels.
Behind the scenes, Jessica working on the design for our collection.