If you check out my Insta you’ll see that I love anything rainbow bright, which is why I instantly fell in love with the Tatty Devine collaboration with award-winning artist Morag Myerscough (my new favourite artist). London-born Morag creates amazing colourful spaces in urban areas around the world.
When I saw her ‘Love At First Sight’ project in Aberdeen I had coup de foudre (sorry French for love at first sight) before discovering her other breathtaking work.
I loved her ‘New Now’ installation in Paris so much that I had to buy the matching necklace she’s done with Tatty Devine (I love the message as Lockdown lifts).
I wish all bandstands could be decorated like this mobile one which toured eight locations in Sussex. It had the theme of ‘belonging’ and performers were commissioned to perform on on the stage.
To discover more of her commissioned work click here
If you’re into jewellery you’ll know that Tatty Devine love a collaboration, and this one makes total sense – to take Morag’s installations and turn them into wearable art. They always do a more expensive limited edition necklace and this one is a real showstopper. Based on ‘The Temple of Agape’ installation created for the Southbank Centre’s Festival of Love, only twenty-five have been made (it’s £275).
|New Now necklace – £35|