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Emma Lawrence Partners With Stubbs Mugs And Jardinopia

Illustrator and designer Emma Lawrence has announced two of her latest licensing collaborations in the gift, home and garden sectors.

UK manufacturer Stubbs Mugs recently launched a range of Emma Lawrence mugs, chopping boards, tote bags, tin signs and bar blades, featuring her designs of birds, wildlife and wildflowers. Also featured are Emma’s popular Field & Farm animals wearing wellies, as well as her tractors and 4×4 vehicle designs.

“Coming up with the product designs in a truly collaborative approach is something I love doing and the team are great,” enthuses Emma, while Stubbs’ director Martin Glover adds: “we are really excited to work with Emma and bring her beautiful designs to life.”

Above: A Hardy Herdy tote bag for Stubbs, featuring an Emma Lawrence design.
Above: A Hardy Herdy tote bag for Stubbs, featuring an Emma Lawrence design.

In addition. Emma’s sub brand, Little Nature Explorers, has been licensed by home and garden gift company, Jardinopia.  The company will be developing a full range of children’s garden products, including gardenwear, tools and accessories aimed at the younger gardener, with Emma’s first ‘Bugs’ range hitting the shelves in Spring 2023.  This will be joined by a range of Emma Lawrence Designs EcoPots – environmentally focused pots and planters – together with Grow Your Own kits.

Comments Jardinopia’s ceo Andrea Barnett: “Using Emma’s wonderful designs, we hope to do our bit to further encourage children to ‘garden’ wherever we can.”

Top: Designer Emma Lawrence, founder of Emma Lawrence Designs.

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