collaborations

 

ABIGAIL BROWN X RAINFOREST TRUST

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Throughout April 2019 I collaborated on a drawing project with Rainforest Trust. The Asia, Africa and America conservation teams in the US gave me a list of 30 animals currently facing threat of extinction and I drew a different one each day, posting to Instagram with some facts about that species, hoping to raise awareness for their plight and spread the word about the wonderful work Rainforest Trust are doing to protect our planet’s rainforests for the people, plants and animals who call them home.
24 of the drawings have been turned into a collection of A4 prints that are available for sale, find them here.

I am donating 10% of each print sale to Rainforest Trust UK, providing vital funds which will be used to protect threatened rainforests and other tropical ecoystems around the world. I’m proud to support Rainforest Trust, one of the world’s most effective conservation charities.

Rainforests are one of the most important natural resources on Earth, and affect the daily lives of everyone on our planet. They safely store billions of tons of carbon, helping to mitigate climate change and stabilise global weather patterns. Rainforests are also home to 50% of the world’s species – many of which are critically endangered – and thousands of indigenous communities rely on the forests for their food, water and economic prosperity. In short, rainforests help to sustain life on this planet, and their long-term protection is absolutely vital for our survival. 

Rainforest Trust ensures the long-term protection of these vital ecosystems through effective long-term partnerships with local communities and trusted partner organisations. The charity has already saved over 20 million acres of rainforest and other tropical ecosystems, and aims to place 50 million acres under permanent protection by the end of 2020. To find out more, please visit the Rainforest Trust website and the Rainforest Trust UK home page.

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BARBOUR COLLABORATION

Fabric swallow flock created for Barbour, January 2018.

Commission from Barbour to create an artwork using the fabric from their Lightweight 4oz Wax jacket fabric.

https://www.barbour.com/blog

 

THE LAND OF NOD COLLABORATION

A range of painted wooden wall pieces designed for The Land of Nod A/W 2017.

'Our Wooden Wall Décor collection features a series of hand-painted animals, including a splendid seahorse, delightful dolphin, spotted seal, a wise owl, clever fox and charming deer. Designed exclusively for us by Abigail Brown.'

www.landofnod.com

 

MAMAS & PAPAS COLLABORATION

A range of soft toys and gifts designed for Mamas & Papas S/S 2017.

'Illustrator and artist, Abigail Brown, creates stunning handcrafted artwork, dolls and jewellery, taking inspiration from the mysterious and magical world of the animal kingdom. Our collaboration with Abigail has created a range of children?s soft toys, clothing and gifts where rich fabrics, bold colours and striking designs bring these childhood designs to life.'

www.mamasandpapas.com

 

BHLDN COLLABORATION

Flamingo cake toppers for BHLDN, S/S 2017.

'These pink flamingo toppers, a special collaboration with London-based artist and illustrator Abigail Brown, make a quirky accent to a fun couple’s cake.'

www.bhldn.com

 

anthropologie collaboration

A range of 3 'Fashionable Fauna' dolls  designed for Anthropologie, A/W 2015. 

'London-based fabric artist Abigail Brown is fascinated and inspired by the rituals and language of the animal kingdom. Each of her whimsical creations captures and conveys the delight she takes in the bright colors, mannerisms and idiosyncratic personalities of the fauna with whom we share our world.'

www.anthropologie.com

 

anthropologie collaboration

A range of 3 'Tropical Bird Busts', flamingo, bee-eater and lovebird, designed for Anthropologie, S/S 2015. 

'London-based fabric artist Abigail Brown is fascinated and inspired by the rituals and language of the animal kingdom. Each of her whimsical creations captures and conveys the delight she takes in the bright colors, mannerisms and idiosyncratic personalities of the fauna with whom we share our world.'

www.anthropologie.com