Designed by famed british artist, Julia Gash, this fun kitchen apron celebrates the University Idaho's campus landmarks with her well known spirited and creative line drawings.
Show off your cooking skills AND your love of U of I with this natural canvas apron featuring hand illustrations using brush and ink.
Created from 9.5-ounce, 100% heavy cotton canvas and measuring 27-inch L x 28-inch W. Metal eyelets secure 35" self fabric waist ties with a large metal eyelet for the adjustable neckband knot.
Makes a wonderful gift for Alumni!
• 100% cotton
• 9.5 oz Natural Canvas
• 28" W x 27" H
• Machine washable (delicate cycle)
More about the artist, Julia Gash:
Julia Gash is a creative entrepreneur and British artist who is passionate about print and maps. She creates hand drawn illustrations using brush and ink and collaborates with retailers and licensees worldwide to create sustainable and stylish gift and souvenir ranges.
Julia’s distinctive handwriting is expressed as spirited and creative line drawings with flat and textured colour palettes, which translate well into the medium of print. Her whimsical illustrations capture a love of travel, British heritage, wildlife and world culture. Her life in Devon is reflected through illustrations of her beloved cats and home life, which now includes chickens.
Over the past few years Julia has created a unique and everlasting archive of illustrations featuring cities, towns and regions from all around the world, which she has designed to commission and which have been made into stylish souvenirs, art prints or tote bags through her collaboration with licensees around the world to produce quality and contemporary products with genuine ethical provenance.
Julia brings a lifetime business experience to collaborations, ensuring design projects run swiftly and smoothly and artwork is print ready. She works closely with retailers and licensees around the world to ensure consistency of product quality and continuity of brand. Her name is trade marked across the globe.
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