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Celebrating the
contradictions and
connections between 
the natural world and that
constructed by mankind.

Loreal Prystaj

Visual Artist


Royal Collage of Art alumni Loreal’s work often exposes the relationship between time and space, with a juxtaposition of the human form and its environment. Be that our domestic environment or nature. “There is no such thing as compromising with nature; we simply abide by how it lives and exist as a part of it. Nature is relevant to each individual’s well-being, but is more than just part of us, we are a part of it.” - Loreal Prystaj

Joe Horner



British National Portrait Photography winner and floral artist famous for his ice block flower work (recently found in Vogue and Elle)  - we're thrilled to have collaborated with him for this campaign photography. 


Sound Artist


 Sound Artist and Creative Latekid is an artist who believes there’s poetry to be extrapolated and explored in all areas of life, and they aim to distil that in their work. We had the great pleasure of working with him to create an auditory soundscape to accompany the scents Human and Nature. Check them out above.   

Laurie Chetwood

Architect & Artist

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Laurie Chetwood, founder of award winning architectural studio Chetwoods, is an innovative artist and designer with colourful ideas and a radical vision. He believes in questioning convention, taking risks, and embracing creative adventure. A keen advocate of utilising all the senses and intertwining nature and biodiversity into the city spaces he designs globally (including his triple Gold Medal winning garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show) - Laurie takes the source of our inspiration to the next level.  

Genevieve Garner

Floral Sculpture

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Strange Field Flowers is a design studio unlike any other based in the heart of the New Forest. Here the artist Genevieve Garner grows from seed and preserves all the flowers which she uses in each of her designs. Genevieve has a very strong custodial relationship with the New Forest and sees it as her muse and inspiration. Her work’s purpose is to celebrate and protect this area of unique biodiversity, and her art is a celebration of the rare oddities she comes across whilst exploring.  

Interview coming soon 
Interview coming soon 
Interview coming soon 

When you buy HUMAN or NATURE —

10% of sales will go to support the improvement of communities with the planting of trees in cities, with the charity Trees for Cities via Workforgood.

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