Free the Tipple!Regular price $34.95
Celebrating women? Cheers to that! These cocktail recipes are inspired by some of the world's most amazing ladies.
Sixty of the world's coolest and most influential women are the inspiration for this refreshing and fun collection of drink recipes that are sure to bring extra zest to your cocktail shaker. Free the Tipple pays tribute to a brilliant range of diverse women from the 20th century to today who have made waves in entertainment, the arts, politics, fashion, literature, sports, and science, including Frida Kahlo, Rihanna, Serena Williams, Virginia Woolf, Yoko Ono, Zaha Hadid, Marlene Dietrich, Zadie Smith, and more.
Each double-page spread features a recipe crafted to reflect its namesake's personality, style, legacy, or what she liked to drink herself. This ranges from The Gloria Steinem, which uses a complex liquor with a radical twist, to The Beyonce, made, of course, with lemonade. The cocktails are simple to make, kitchen-tested, and incorporate easy-to find ingredients. Snappy, informative biographies, illustrated with newly-commissioned portraits, offer revealing insights into the women's lives.
This highly original guide to delicious beverages is a perfect gift for those in your life who encourage and inspire you.
Canister Stacking Set - DaisyRegular price $69.00
Our hand-painted stainless steel canisters make the perfect alternative to plastic, ceramics and glass, offering greater durability.
Originally created as tea canisters, we think the uses for these gorgeous storage tins are endless. They are a great size for snacks, overnight oats or leftovers but could also be used to store your favourite jewellery, bathroom accessories and so much more!
The Healing Guide to Flower EssencesRegular price $39.95
The Healing Guide to Flower Essences includes over 100 descriptions of flower essences and their unique healing properties.
The Healing Guide to Flower Essences shows you how to connect with the magic and frequency of 100 flower essences. The power of nature to heal has been accepted for many millennia. Flowers inspire us with their beauty, beguile us with their fragrance, and can have medicinal properties in their oils and plant matter. However, the healing properties of flowers go even deeper. Each flower holds a unique energetic fingerprint or essence that can be used for healing, wellness, and self-discovery.
Organised by categories such as transformation, inspiration, boundaries, and self-esteem, you will be able to easily find the right remedy for your wellness and self-discovery. For example, you can use Larch for overcoming doubt and insecurity, Gentian for perseverance and optimism after a setback or Cherry Plum for surrender and trust in ones soul path. You'll also learn about the history of flower essences and the original 38 Bach flower remedies. Learn how to connect more deeply with the properties and messages of the flowers by making your own flower essence remedies. Written by noted artist, Alena Hennessy, The Healing Guide to Flower Essences is also lovingly illustrated with original botanical art and illustration.
Plant - Art of the Botanical WorldRegular price $89.00
The ultimate gift for gardeners and art-lovers, featuring 300 of the most beautiful and pioneering botanical images ever
Following in the footsteps of the international bestseller Map: Exploring the World, this fresh and visually stunning survey celebrates the extraordinary beauty and diversity of plants. It combines photographs and cutting-edge micrograph scans with watercolours, drawings, and prints to bring this universally popular and captivating subject vividly to life.
Carefully selected by an international panel of experts and arranged in a uniquely structured sequence to highlight thought-provoking contrasts and similarities, this stunning compilation of botanically themed images includes iconic work by celebrated artists, photographers, scientists, and botanical illustrators, as well as rare and previously unpublished images.
"I am totally mesmerized by the extraordinary range of artists, scientists and technicians represented. Wonderful and absorbing and loving." -Edwina von Gal, Landscape Designer
"From the winning cover to the beautiful images inside, Plant is a complete pleasure covering centuries of botanical art. Artist information and provenance is dutifully recorded. Inspiration and imagination is there for the taking. This new book is classic Phaidon and bound to be a bestseller." -David Whitman, Pergola
"The timeless pleasure of looking at plants: a new illustrated book examines mankind's fascination with making images of plants through the ages... Compton's fascination with what different people have done within the remit of botanical art jumps out of every one of Plant's pages. The variety is astounding." -The Daily Telegraph
"An inspiring delight and great resource for those who cherish all things botany." -Emily Thompson, Emily Thompson Flowers
"The side by side juxtapositions of images here are brilliant. The clear pencil drawings of Van Gogh and Ellsworth Kelly my favorites, so delicate, just gorgeous." -Perry Guillot, Landscape Architect
"My award for sumptuous volume of 2016 has to go to Plant: Exploring the Botanical World, 300 works of botanical art from ancient times to the present in every imaginable medium... The images are thought-provokingly juxtaposed." -The Sunday Times, Move
"A breathtaking collection of botanical prints, photos, drawings, and even micrograph scans." -Martha Stewart Living
"Botanical art of all kinds, from a Minoan fresco of swallows billing among ocher red Lilium chalecondicum, painted circa 1600 B.C., to a hand-colored image from a scanning electron microscope of the seed of an alpine pincushion flower, its plum-colored skirts floating like a ballerina mid-jete. These are things of beauty, but they have a purpose beyond decoration. Plant's editors [...] don't confine themselves to the strictly scientific."-Newsweek
"Celebrates the beauty and diversity of plants from around the world across all media - from murals in ancient Greece to a Napoleonic-era rose print and cutting-edge scans." -The Guardian
"The ultimate gift for gardeners and art-lovers."-Goop
"300 of the loveliest botanical images ever collated." -Town and Country
"A glorious visual compendium of plants and flowers that spans thousands of years." -Atlas Obscura
"This beautiful new book is like having a botanical art exhibition on your coffee table." -Waitrose Weekend
"A glorious presentation of how we've represented flora and fauna in art and photography throughout history." -Outdoor Photography
"Gorgeous... Fascinating... [An] unprecedented range of artists... A highly nuanced curation of imagery from across the ages. An indispensable coffee table book for the green-fingered and mere admirers alike." -AnOthermag.com
"It might be a bit early, but this one's already on our Christmas list." -BBC Focus
"Every once in a while, a book comes along that stops us in our tracks both with the content and the visuals. Plant is such a book with its perfectly-executed compilation and celebration of botanical art in all media and throughout history. Plant may start on your coffee table, but it won't stay there for long."-Flower Magazine
"A non-chronological approach illuminates intriguing contrasts and similarities in the artists' approach to capturing vegetation... Each page will surprise." -Smithsonian.com
"A lavishly illustrated guide to the fascinating world of plants, this book is a feast for the eyes and will bring joy to anyone with green-fingered tendencies, or simply an appreciation for the diverse beauty of nature." -theweek.co.uk
"More than 3,000 years of beautiful botanical art... The stories behind the pictures are just as eye-opening... A gorgeously illustrated survey that would make the perfect gift for a plant lover."-Daily Mail, Weekend
"Here's one you'll have trouble deciding whether to keep or wrap, and as you mull over the decision, each flick to a new page will shift you ever closer to finding some other gift for that art-loving or plant-loving friend... The images and stories are a reminder of our complex love affair with plants, and make for an addictive, page-turning treat." -The Sydney Morning Herald
"From ancient stone carvings and watercolour illustrations, to the first photography and cutting-edge scans, this history of botanical art explores our endless fascination with nature." -SA Life
"Plant: Exploring the Botanical World is a seriously beautiful book... The design is beautiful, as expected of a Phaidon publication, and the stories behind each of the artworks are fascinating. What I enjoyed most about it was the range of imagery included - this is not your average botanical illustration book but more a book of art inspired by plants." -The Planthunter
"What better way to spend a dreary winter afternoon than paging through gorgeous, full-color pictures of flowers? Not just flowers, but roots, stems, leaves, seeds and fruits, too, captured in 300 images of sketches, paintings, photographs, carvings, engravings and pressings that date from 1352 B.C. to the present... The greatest joy comes from stumbling upon the unexpected." -Atlanta Journal Constitution
Plant Based BeautyRegular price $29.95
The essential guide to detoxing your beauty routine.
Plant-based beauty is part of a growing global movement that is not just about the food we eat but the choices we make when it comes to what we wear and the beauty products we use. We are more aware than ever that our personal actions have an effect both on our own levels of wellness and the health of the world around us.
PLANT-BASED BEAUTY is a practical companion to your daily routine, helping you to truly understand the ingredients you are putting on your skin and replacing them with self-care rituals to look forward to.
Jess Arnaudin helps to de-code the language, myths and science surrounding natural ingredients and shares recipes and her favourite beauty foods as part of her philosophy of 'Inside Out Beauty'.
Friendship : A Fill - In KeepsakeRegular price $29.99
Adult life begins within the support structure of your friendships, and these relationships surge with every major life event: getting married, breaking up, having children, or making a big move. While constantly in touch with friends via social media, Danish artist Lisa Grue and writer Maise Njor realized that they wanted to have more "real life" moments with their friends. They created The Friendship Book, a collection of recurring questionnaires to be filled out by the important women in your world. The entry pages can be completed one-on-one over a cup of coffee, or the book can be passed around at a gathering (such as a baby or wedding shower) to create a keepsake of a milestone event.
Its Scandinavian style and overall message evoke the Danish attribute "hygge," a feeling of coziness, intimacy, and wellbeing that comes when you genuinely connect with family and friends. Throughout the journal are short passages that provide insight or advice about friendships. The Friendship Book fits into this moment where women are striving to support, empower, and value each other; it provides a place to capture the essence of these relationships in one lovely volume.