We have a passion for, and prioritise working on, commissions and projects with a social and / or environmental focus. Our craft is beautifully suited to projects that connect people with nature, heritage and each other.
Workshops, collaborative artworks and installations are just some of the ways you can work with us to raise awareness of issues, promote causes and celebrate positive action.
If you have an idea you'd like to partner with us on or you'd like to commission us to design a to meet a social or environmental objective then we'd love to hear from you.
Alternatively you can get involved with our ongoing work to promote sustainable flower alternatives and raise awareness of biodiversity loss ( more details coming soon)
Please get in contact with Bee to arrange a chat
Examples of previous projects:
Alright Petal: Commission by Beyond Face to run paper flower workshops with the cast and community to co-create flowers for a theatre show set in a florist. The show explored race through the metaphor of flowers and I worked as part of an all Woman of Colour team to collaborate on the research and development of the show and design the set.
Walk Scilly: We were invited by Islands Partnerships to partner to the Wildlife Trust to design a flower walk celebrating indigenous and non-native flora and fauna. Participants sketched the flowers in the wild and then took part in a flower making workshop to create a paper flower keepsake
Blurt Foundation: We designed and made a limited edition paper rose which was sold in the run up to Valentine's Day to raise money for this social enterprise which works to increase understanding of anxiety and depression
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Pictured: Installation in Princesshay Shopping Centre commissioned by Honeyscribe to celebrate the end of the end of the flowering season and the honey harvest of their rooftop bee hives
Pictured: Limited edition rose design for Blurt Foundation. A percentage of each sale went to the social enterprise who work to increase understanding of anxiety and depression