Ailsa Black licensing drive continues to grow

Artist has revealed new harbour inspired collection as This is Iris adds to licensee roster.

Artist Ailsa Black has spent the winter months developing a number of new images for her portfolio.

The latest collection is set around Ailsa’s love of harbours. The colourful scenes showcase a number of well known harbours through the seasons with these already being developed by a number of new UK partners.

The news follows a successful 2017 for Ailsa – who is represented by This is Iris – which saw Apples To Pears launch a range of new home lines including storage tins, placemats, trays, chopping boards and a variety of decorative mugs.

In addition, One Button has launch a new accessory line (including brooches, keyrings, tote bags and purses), while Samuel Lamont & Sons is rolling out tea towels, aprons, oven gloves and shopper bags this summer.

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