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Llama Linens | Jane Newland for Anthropologie

last updated 01 May 2018

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Jane Newland has proved a true illustration sensation, with her joyful, colour-suffused artwork bringing an irresistible mix of imagination and observation to a host of design outcomes.

Jane’s work caught the eye of high-end US home and fashion retailer, Anthropologie, with whom she has partnered to create a gorgeous range of children’s bedding, featuring the wildly popular llama-themed design trend of 2018.

Her distinctive use of colour and gently humorous, transportive illustrations are perfectly suited to this set of reversible coverlets and pillows for a child’s bedroom, and have been subtly adapted to cater to both small and ‘smaller’ people’s requirements. Surely even the most reluctant sleeper won’t be able to resist snuggling down under such an exuberant and playful cover!

Composite_bed linens Top left: Original llama design by artist, Jane Newland; all other photos courtesy of Anthropologie.

Bedding out in the wild Left: Bedding ‘on set’ on Anthropologie’s website, courtesy of the retailer; Jane’s design featuring on bedding covers out ‘in the wild’.

View Jane Newland’s portfolio online, or contact her agent, Hannah Curtis to discuss licensing options and commissioning.

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