Tate Britain: Mark Hearld

I’ve been known to spend hours choosing postcards in museums. I love museum shops , particularly over the last decade as they’ve become more and more innovative and interesting. The Tate Britain and Modern are leading the pack, exemplified by their new line of Mark Hearld stationery and prints (top three images). Same goes for the Grayson Perry scarf (above). Even their non-commissioned items are great – the  Gauguin Noa Noa stamp set – cute! Yes, yes, I spend hours in the exhibitions too. HF.

PS  More on Mark Hearld on Monday – he’s been a fave since he did the cover of Ted Hughes: Poems selected by Simon Armitage for Faber…


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