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The British graphic designer Lisa Jones opened her own studio in London in 2000 with her partner Edward Underwood. Paper goods such as greetings and postcards are produced using the sustainable screen printing process. The two expanded their product range with home accessories, art prints, ceramics and wrapping paper.

The studio is now located in a converted windmill on the edge of the South Downs. The couple finds inspiration in hedgehogs, foxes, dragonflies, bats, bees, birds, beetles and butterflies that visit their dilapidated garden every day.

Lisa Jones has already sold her works to galleries, museums, boutiques and selected department stores. She also has a list of collaborations and commissions with and for top clients including the V&A Museum, Melt Chocolates, Habitat and Nosy Crow.