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As we approach the end of this year, we would like to show our appreciation for your ongoing support. A massive thank you to the inspirational artists and brands who have collaborated with us and to our amazing customers who have followed our journey. You have made these first six months incredible and we are proud to call you a part of the interiahysteria family.

For our last newsletter of the year and in tune with #supportindependentbusiness, we asked a selection of up and coming and very talented artists to create a festive message of hope. So please, feel free to shout loud and share wide by re-posting the artworks below and tagging the artists. Screenshot, forward, post, or tweet and bring your loved ones some Christmas cheer!

Moving into 2021, we look forward to expanding further; showcasing new talents and launching even more beautifully crafted products on our site.

Stay tuned because there is much more to come! 

With love, 

Frances Costelloe, Here's to 2021, 2020

Frances Costelloe is an artist and brand consultant based in London. After working for luxury fashion and homeware brands notably Bella Freud, Frances founded her own eponymous brand in 2017. Her debut homeware collection has been stocked in Liberty and her work has been featured everywhere from the Financial Times to Sunday Times Style.


Ceclia Reeve, Christmas Angels, 2020

Cecilia Reeve is a London-based artist and animator who recently graduated from the University of Brighton where she studied Illustration. Cecilia focuses on themes based around femininity, using her art to capture the ethereal world of emotion that cannot be explained in words. 


Katja Angeli, Christmas Greeting, 2020

Katja Angeli is widely known for her assemblage compositions that redefine the traditions of collage within a digital context. Her works project a surreal, carnivalesque world of shifting shapes, forms and scenes. Angeli uses the appropriation and conflation of words, images, objects and space to explore the image as an ambiguous, groundless portal, referencing a narrative about identity, transformation and the relationship between the physical and the digital.


Robson Stannard, Happy Holidays, 2020

Robson Stannard graduated from the London College of Fashion with a degree in Fashion Illustration in 2017. His work explores the human form, in relation to fashion, through an illustrative style and playful palette. Working fundamentally as a fashion portrait artist, he creates images using a variety of media. His aesthetic features gestured mark-making and stylised facial features. The colour palettes are graphical and often make use of primaries. This results in an almost abstract, textural, yet recognisable, outcome.


Helen Bullock, Joy to All, 2020

Helen bullock is a London based Fashion Illustrator and Print designer. Having worked with top luxury brands and global style publications including Ralph Lauren, Liberty, Louis Vuitton, Anthropologie, Sunday Times Style Magazine, GQ Style, AnOther & ShowStudio - she applies her unique aesthetic and bold prints to her beautiful illustrations.


Anila Mistry, Together, 2020

Living in Rotterdam North, the Netherlands, Anila Mistry works at home drawing, painting and illustrating from the heart. Known mostly for the elegant black lines on paper forming the female nude from every angle, she seeks to empty her soul and thoughts onto paper. Some may write a diary, she draws. Working organically and purely on intuition she creates only unique artworks and doesn’t believe in prints or reproductions as every moment in life is also a unique one.


Alexander Calder 'Tree'
Alexander Calder 'Tree'
Eduardo Chillida Derriere le Miroir, 1961
Eduardo Chillida Derriere le Miroir, 1961
Jean (Hans) Arp Woodblock Print
Jean (Hans) Arp Woodblock Print

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