Anna Burns Object will be showing for the third time at LDF. This time will be a collaboration with Hayden Kays. It will be a provocative new collection - “Nude Religion” – celebrating love, sex, worship and the female form for this year’s London Design Festival.
Products include eight prayer cushions and three square cushions with Anna Burns Object ‘Heavenly Bodies’ print. Overlaid with Hayden Kays illustrations that have been hand- machine embroidered. Banners with Anna Burns Object ‘Vortex’ print. Overlaid with Hayden Kays illustrations that have been hand- machine embroidered. They are embroidered onto British-made soft cotton velvet and linen fabrics.
Furthermore there will be fourteen Anna Burns Object hand made ceramic table toppers and vases. All hand made in crank clay with custom black and gold glazes.
All items are custom British hand made.
NUDE RELIGION is an Oli Goss Art production and will be running from the 15th – 23rd September at 59 Hackney Road, E2 7NX, London
Our collaboration with Talisman has been featured in a few more titles over the past months. We have now been in Vogue Living Nederland and Country & Townhouse since Julia Hobbs' feature in British Vogue.
The February 2017 issue of British Vogue featured our Limey Linen fabric from the most recent MATTER collection. It takes centre stage on the In Vogue pages edited by Julia Hobbs - upholstered onto the Talisman Swivel chair - a collaboration for LDF 2016.
Click on the image below to read the article in Telegraph, written by Talib Choudhry called 'Bathroom inspiration: ideas to steal from three glamorous spaces' featuring Anna Burns' bathroom.
Click on the image below to read about the collaboration between Talisman London and Anna Burns Object for London Design Festival 2016
Talib Choudhry wrote a great feature on our new collection in the Telegraph Magazine last Saturday (10th September 2016).
We are proud to announce Anna Burns Object and Talisman collaborate for the London Design Festival (17th-24th September 2016)
Talisman,79-91 New Kings Road,SW6 4SQ
Featured on the preview video for London Design Festival 2015.
Shot and edited by London Design Festival.
Featured by Barbara Chandler on London Evening Standard on Wednesday 23 September 2015.
Thanks to everyone coming down to the Shoreditch Design Triangle late night opening evening and experiencing the interactive installation first hand.
A special thanks to Karmer Setbuilding for building a rather challenging and complex set; Father for the great soundtrack and Wieden Kennedy for hosting our event so graciously.