Timorous Beasties

Timorous Beasties

Timorous Beasties was established in Glasgow in 1990 by Alistair McAuley and Paul Simmons, who met studying textile design at Glasgow School of Art. Today, the studio is a diverse operation and has emerged as a multi-award-winning, internationally acclaimed icon. Timorous Beasties’ work embodies a unique diversity of pattern, ranging from design that echoes a golden age of copperplate engraving (a time-honoured classic is the Thistle range; or Merian Palm superwide wallpaper) to examples of a distinctly edgy nature, an elegant transgression, a display of chic irreverence.

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  • Merian Palm Superwide Wallpaper

    £135.00
    original

    This richly decorative wallpaper features exotic flora including banana leaves and a menagerie of animal species. The design’s subtle shading pays tribute to the copperplate prints produced by the celebrated 17th-century naturalist and scientific illustrator, Maria Sibylla Merian. The latest digital printing methods are used to produce the bold colouring of this superwide wallpaper.
    Sold by the metre.

  • Tropical Clouded Leopard Linen Fabric

    £140.00 /m
    original

    Journey into the jungle with this richly decorative fabric inspired by 19th-century natural historians, botanists and explorers. A reclining leopard takes centre stage in a scene of tropical splendour filled with exotic flora. The detailed pattern references the copperplate prints produced by the great scientific illustrator, Maria Sibylla Merian, while the design’s layered composition is created using the latest digital technologies.
    Timorous Beasties fabrics are supplied in full metre increments only.

  • Tropical Clouded Leopard Superwide Wallpaper

    £135.00
    black
    grey
    light-lime
    vanilla

    Journey into the jungle with this richly decorative wallpaper inspired by 19th-century natural historians, botanists and explorers. A reclining leopard takes centre stage in a scene of tropical splendour filled with exotic flora. The detailed pattern references the copperplate prints produced by the great scientific illustrator, Maria Sibylla Merian, while the design’s layered composition is created using the latest digital technologies.
    Sold by the metre. Printed to order, 4-6 weeks lead time.

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