The Department Store Online Shop
One year after the re-opening of The Department Store, Squire & Partners have launched an online shop as an evolving platform to share the range of ongoing collaborations with artists and makers within The Department Store with a wider audience.
The opening collection includes collaborations between Squire & Partners Design, Illustration and Modelshop departments with BTC Lighting, ChuChu Ceramics, Eley Kishimoto, Emblem, Lasvit, Print Club London, Studio 73, and Studio Candice Lau.
Products include framed illustrations of The Department Store and Brixton, an A3 portfolio tote bag, printed scarves, plant pots, vases, and stationery.
The Department Store A3 Portfolio Bag is a green leather and navy cotton bag, designed in collaboration with Studio Candice Lau, with digitally printed Department Store pattern lining and adjustable straps.
'The Department Store, Brixton' is an illustration by Squire & Partners' illustration team screen printed on textured paper, depicting a section through the building and the surrounding area of Brixton.
The Department Store Energy Bloom Scarf is a digitally printed fine cotton spring scarf, featuring the 'Energy Bloom' pattern that was designed by Eley Kishimoto for The Department Store.
The set of Department Store Hugging Pots are porcelain, wheel-thrown and altered, with green glaze for tea bags, white glazes for sugar and clean spoon pots, and black glaze for dirty spoons. The pots were designed in collaboration with, and are handcrafted by ChuChu Ceramics.
'The Bon Marche, Brixton' is a screen print designed by Squire & Partners, illustrating the heritage of the building as part of the Bon Marche in Brixton, and includes patterns created by Eley Kishimoto for The Department Store.
The Department Store Stools are laser etched and lacquered ply wood stools which were created by Squire & Partners using Eley Kishimoto's 'Loopy Mushroom' pattern which was designed for The Department Store.
'The Dome, Brixton' is an inkjet high quality print of a detailed drawing of the glass dome which appears on top of the tower at The Department Store, which replaced the dilapidated existing cupola during Squire & Partners' refurbishment of the building.
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