Who We Are-
Over the last 15 years, Rosie Lee has worked with some awesome brands - and along the way we’ve been lucky enough to have worked with and get to know some amazing creative talents too.
As a result of the diversity of our work, our partners naturally span various disciplines including furniture design, illustration, copywriting, photography…and many more.
We wanted to showcase the talent of the people who inspire us, and bring their products together into an unholy collection of infinite objects, and so we designed and built this store. We might not be able to succinctly or consistently explain to you why each object has been selected for the store except that they all make us say ‘Whoa!’. Hopefully some of them make you say ‘Whoa!’ too.
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Above & Beyond
Above and Beyond was dreamt up by graphic designer Claudia Pape while working as a designer for big design agencies and fashion houses, including here at Rosie Lee. Her initial aim was to find a home for all her design ideas and soon she found success in her homeware driven products. A small team now bring her simplistic minimal designs to life and we think they are real darn good!
Hungarian born designer Anna Kovecses is well known to Rosie Lee having worked with her on the Punkt. Illustrations. Her bold minimalist style and trademark palette combine time after time to produce a charming final aesthetic on every project she touches.
The work of Finnish born illustrator Annu Kilpeläinen will brighten up any grey day with its tropical feel and vibrant hues. Graduating from the University of the Arts in London, her style embraces vivid colour and vibrant patterns encapsulated in joyful stories evolving from the realm of folk art. A perfect example is the eye-popping set of skateboards Annu illustrated as part of Rosie Lee’s deckcha.ir project.
In the shared Rosie Lee digital office in Frome, you’ll find Lukka the trusty office dog and his owner, graphic designer, Anthony Oram. When not meeting the latest deadline or walking the dog, Anthony has an obsession with type which led to designing posters, mugs and hats and of course anything else that takes his fancy.
Belle & Vidére
Mixing traditional design with bright modern prints, lampshade makers Belle & Vidére produce high end, hand crafted, exquisite lampshades. Based in London and with an innate curiosity for the unusual, the most unexpected items are turned into stunning illuminates.
Award winning journalist and author Ben Myers, has earned some serious writing credibility. Starting his career as a music journalist for Melody Maker while studying English Literature at Luton university, his short stories and poetry have appeared in dozens of print and small press anthologies. Beastings his fourth novel won the Portico Prize For Literature 2015, it was also the recipient of the northern writers award and has been widely acclaimed.
Founded by our Frome office-mates, the Break Fluid mission is simple - to deliver great tasting, high quality and easy to brew coffee to your doorstep. That means they only use high scoring A grade Arabica coffee beans (with no lower grade fillers) that are carefully selected, sourced and then roasted in small batches by their artisan roasters.
Cerulean Crew (pronounced si-ru-le-an) was founded upon a desire to make. The London based duo’s products vary in form, but stay true to two founding characteristics: physicality and the colour blue. Clean and effortlessly stylish their limited edition pins are sure to add a dash of colour to your day.
One of modern British art's most significant figures, David's work can be found in galleries across the world. Recent years have seen him design Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth sculpture, win a Turner Prize nomination and birth the most terrifying mascot in football history.
Ditto Press is an internationally acclaimed print and publishing company based in London. They were the first company in the UK to specialise in Risograph printing as an artistic technique and is a world leader in terms of quality and innovation.Their love for fine art, fashion and subculture extends to their publishing house, where they create truly distinctive books with carefully selected artists.
Established by Marek Jankovskij and Tadas Pangonis in 2014, Funky Fellas exists as an antidote to the everyday. The pair seek to transform stories into graphics and graphics into products, drawing creative inspiration from the meaning behind surrealistic art - adding an element of intrigue to a typically mundane essential.
Hatchet + Bear
By using traditional hand-crafted methods and locally foraged materials Hatchet & Bear’s EJ Osborne produces beautiful yet simplistic products: designed to withstand the test of time and to become more beautiful whilst doing so. EJ’s expert craftsmanship has commanded a truly global following and one which is surely set to grow.
Hattie Collins & Olivia Rose
Starting from a successful crowdfunding campaign in 2012, Howler is a complete departure from every other football magazine. With its slick design, vibrant illustration and carefully curated photographs, it is constantly re-contextualising the way on which we think about the game. This is a magazine for aesthetes.
Founded by IO friend, graphic designer Michael Cherman, I-See-New-York was born in 2012 when he was struck down by a car while riding his bike. Mike was determined to design stylish yet functional clothing providing added safety and increased visibility. ICNY specialises in producing unique 3M reflective apparel and accessories that produce a strobe-light effect when lit, making the wearer visible at night.
Rosie Lee’s Senior Designer James Nelson likes to explore the deeper meaning of words and communication through visual experiments in typography and image making under the guise of Yo–Hello. It’s not just what you say, it’s how you say it.
Long time IO friend Jammz is at the forefront of grimes new generation, with FACT listing him as one of the the next 10 Grime MCs to breakthrough. Honing his talent on UK radio Jammz has focussed his attention on production in recent years and the scene has reacted accordingly. Underdog Season Volume 1 and Keep It Simple both dropped in 2016 to wide critical acclaim, and with a work ethic second to none and an album tipped to be in the pipeline we’re excited for the next phase in this already impressive career.
Jasper Morrison is a designer respected and celebrated around the world, his beautifully simplistic designs blending form and function in a quietly humorous style. Recent commissions have included designing products for Rosie Lee client Punkt., furniture for the Tate Modern and a range of pots & pans for Alessi.
London based product designer John Tree is an Infinite Objects favourite. As well as designing incredible award winning products, his passion for realising design goes deeper than the surface, bringing an extensive knowledge of manufacturing material and techniques. A long term RL collaborator on various projects, we recently gave his website and visual identity a deservedly sophisticated refresh.
Alabama born and now Brooklyn based, Kendall Henderson’s design methodology draws heavily from a phrase he picked up back in college: “Everything designed should have a reason. Without reason we have visual rubbish.” We love Kendall’s commitment to creating ideas that serve a purpose and his reductionist approach to everyday visual stimuli.
IO friend and fellow East Londoner Fods created Labrum to defy the over commercialisation of menswear. The concept behind the brand is simple; to create modern, practical workwear staples, with a focus on every single detail; from innovative fabrics, the type of stitching used, to the buttons. For Labrum the edge is in the detail.
Rosie Lee Design Director Mark Boyce is a true master of his craft, with over ten years experience in the design industry. Mark’s experience spans the design abyss — from print, digital, site specific installations and retail environments, to art directing photography and moving image. He consistently delivers challenging conceptual design.
Amsterdam based Designer Nikkie Webster draws creative inspiration from an unexpected and unusual source: folklore. By combining cultural heritage with expert craftsmanship Nikkie’s products are familiar yet contemporary, and refreshingly are always designed to put a smile on the faces of the wearer.
Open-Editions pride themselves on creating goods that are both thoughtfully-designed and 100% USA-made. Their work aims to give everyday objects pride-of-place status - reimagining plastic bags, for instance, as elegant and giftable totes.
Unapologetically raw and the champion of NYC’s underground boxing scene, Overthrow Gym has bridged the gap between fitness and experience whilst remaining true to spirit of boxing. Pushing boundaries in all aspects of their work this is one club everyone wants to be part of.
Award-winning Dutch artist and illustrator Piet Parra is a legendary figure in European streetwear. His own label, Parra, channels the manic energy (and colour palette) he's previously brought to collaborations with Nike, The Hundreds and Patta.
Punkt. is a new language in consumer electronics designed to get to the point. Established by entrepreneur and long term Rosie Lee client Petter Neby, Punkt. offers stripped-back electronics as a stylish alternative to much of today’s multi-functional products. Lead by British industrial designer Jasper Morrison each product exudes simplistic, minimal design.
Quiet British Accent
Artists and Rosie Lee collaborators Jason and Sharon, create beautiful pop lettering merging language with pop culture. ‘Quiet British Accent ‘ regularly exhibit and produce individual artworks for high profile clients such as Nike and Pickles Magazine. We love their humorous style brought to life in poptastic lettering.
Raised By Wolves
Montréal creatives Raised by Wolves have taken over their home city with their winning blend of classic streetwear silhouettes and striking textual imagery. Rave reviews for their latest collection mean they might just be the latest brand to go international.
Man that likes to say things out loud to groups of people without wanting them to respond, Rob Auton, began his career in 2008 performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Quoted as ‘the Brian Cox of comedy’ by The Guardian newspaper, Rob has continued to delight his fans with his poetical, philosophical and completely charming shows.
London-based illustrator Rob Flowers is a firm IO favourite and Rosie Lee collaborator. Stationed in his “Flowers Towers” studio Rob continues to delight our senses with his fantastically psychedelic artwork, filled with playful forms and eccentric characters. The fantasy worlds he creates draws on his fondness for collecting kitsch ephemera and historical miscellany. His Woahnut art toy is an exclusive collaboration for Infinite Objects.
Rosie Lee are an award-winning creative agency, with expertise in retail design, branding and advertising. We're also the team behind Infinite Objects, having initially launched it as the Rosie Lee Shop in 2014. No need to thank us.
SBTG was created in 2003 by Singaporean artist Mark Ong, the most prolific custom sneaker artist on the planet. Fuelled by his need to create a new look of sneakers, Mark started his career as a hobby painting sneakers out of his parents kitchen. Renowned for scientifically precise brush strokes, SBTG has gained a massive loyal fanbase and instantly became a name synonymous with the art.
Originally founded as an outlet for product designers Yve Thelermont and David Hupton, Thelermont Hupton is a design studio and creative practice that develops striking and purposeful homewares.
A stone's throw away from our London studio, Dalston locals Weirdo draw inspiration from American pop culture and skatewear to produce mould-breaking streetwear that's printed completely by hand in East London.