To help mark the union of old and new, Timorous Beasties were commissioned to create a collection of home accessories inspired by some of the gallery’s most iconic portraits, including Robert Burns, Bonnie Prince Charlie, Queen Anne, Mary Queen of Scots, and James VI.
Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Opened in 1889, The Scottish National Portrait Gallery, designed by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson, is one of Edinburgh’s most outstanding buildings. In December 2011 the gallery re-opened following a period of dramatic renovation.
Rugged elegance for the outdoors is brought to you in a TB's collaboration with Glasgow-based outdoor bag designers, Trakke.
Stratford Market Station
Timorous Beasties’ Tree of Life design was applied in brilliant colour on optically clear vinyl to create a transparent spatial distinction between the upstairs café and the downstairs office suite in the Stratford Market Station building, East London.
Cabot Circus, Bristol
As part of the Cabot Circus development scheme, 20 artists and designers were commissioned for contributions to the architectural landscape and texture of the centre.
Royal Opera House
Timorous Beasties recently collaborated with the prestigious Royal Opera House in London to create an exclusive range of ceramics, textiles and accessories.