"Scribble & Daub's hand-drawn cards are perfect for every occasion" - VOGUE
Scribble & Daub is a stationery & illustration studio founded by Caroline Kent in 2012. Previously a curator of contemporary art more used to working with Turner-prize winning artists, Caroline now uses a traditional dip pen and Andy Warhol’s favourite brightly coloured inks to create her distinctive designs. Every piece begins as an original illustration which is then letterpress printed at our traditional local workshop and individually hand-painted in the studio to create tiny works of art for stylish gifting, hosting and correspondence.
As old-fashioned stationery and proper post become new luxuries, Scribble & Daub's cards are designed to enhance any present, or to be tiny gifts in themselves, meticulously hand-crafted objects of enduring pleasure to both giver and receiver - afterall, you are what you give.
Scribble & Daub stockists include: The Conran Shop, Liberty, 10 Corso Como, Alex Eagle x The Stores, Fortnum & Mason, Designers Guild, Goods for the Study, ICA Boston, Point of View, L.F Markey, Gleneagles Hotel, the Courtauld, mirabelle & many more independent design stores worldwide.
Caroline has created illustrations for leading luxury fashion, beauty and lifestyle brands, and collaborated on collections with two of Britain’s most famous and beautiful gardens, Charleston House & Great Dixter. Her own garden & wild flower meadow at her cottage in the East Sussex countryside was recently featured in the pages of the New York Times.
Caroline’s illustration clients include: Alex Eagle, Bellini Travel, British Standard, Caramel, The Conran Shop, Dior, De Beers, Hermés, Hublot, Jonathan Simkhai, KOIBIRD x Loretta Caponi, Le Bon Marche, Liz Linkleter Events, Matches Fashion, Matilda Goad, Mr & Mrs Smith, Ron Herman Japan, Olivia Morris, Skye McAlpine, Selfridges, Vilshenko and Votary.
For weddings, events & collaboration enquiries please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For wholesale enquiries please contact email@example.com
Portrait by David Fernandez