I'm so happy to announce the launch of my new Save the Day bedding with The Land of Nod. Comfier than your favorite sweater. More colorful than a box of markers. And able to coordinate with nearly any kid's décor. This sweet 100% cotton bedding features a quilt with an appliquéd and embroidered caped hero outfit and bright printed sheets. And don't forget her kitty sidekick!
A new piece for Starbucks for their Barista Promise campaign.
A new piece for an upcoming book. I LOVE NYC
Here's a new piece I did with The Great Society for Brooks Running. There are not many projects that allow nipples!
So happy to share my new collaboration with Crate&Barrel!
The crisp white of fine bone china and the contemporary coupe shape of Martin Hunt's teacup design is the perfect canvas for these exclusive designs created by some of today's most noted artists and designers. Each cup and saucer set, stamped with the artist's signature and the year 2014, is packaged in a round cardboard box printed with coordinating artwork, making it the perfect gift for Mother's Day or other special occasion.
Incorporating traditional methods into his digital work, Andrew Bannecker considers himself a digital painter. From his studio in Great Falls, Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C., Bannecker creates imaginative worlds that include everything from figurative characters to abstract landscapes. For his interpretation of the Bennett teacup, Bannecker rendered a blooming exploration of color and form as a modern take on traditional Mother's Day flowers.