"Buy less, choose well, make it last" 

Vivienne Westwood

In a word — sustainability

It is very important to me that my work and the products I make available are the best quality, but also leave as small a foot print as possible on our lovely planet.

In my everyday practice I do use a lot of good quality paper, but I use every scrap of it. Including the back of the pieces that haven't worked.

As for the products you see here I have made diligent research of the companies I use, choosing them for their quality and their ethical credentials.

Wall art, fabric and wallpaper, apparel, home decor and gifts.
Please note that not all of these companies are based in the UK and Custom charges will apply to some products.

Museum-quality art prints, choose from 50 different print sizes and seven different papers.   


Each print is produced using archival inks guaranteed to last for 75 years without fading or loss of colour.

Fine Art America has sixteen manufacturing centres in five countries. Your order will be automatically sent to the nearest centre in order to minimise shipping costs and speed up delivery times and ultimately leave a smaller footprint.


Using a pigment printing process, and minimising fabric waste by only printing what is needed, and recycling and transforming any fabric waste, and ethically sourcing materials from a small group of trusted vendors including a choice of Organic and Earth-Friendly Fabrics and Eco-Conscious Wallpapers.

Click on the logo to find out more about Spoonflower and sustainability.


Every product — Apparel, home decor and gifts — on the Redbubble marketplace is printed on demand, made one at a time. 


95% of the Redbubble Marketplace packages originate within the same region from which they are ordered. 

All this and they've partnered with renewable energy specialists 3Degrees to invest in programs that help the environment, offsetting the carbon emissions from shipping Redbubble products.

Click on the logo to find out more about Redbubble and sustainability.

For every order Wraptious receive, no matter how small, they pledge to plant three Trees through their Partners, Trees for the Future.


All Wraptious paper and timber products are made from FSC-certified or recycled materials.

Sustainable packaging using recycled and reused cardboard boxes, they no longer use plastic bubble wrap, and their cushions are packed in bags made from sugarcane. 

As a member of the Slave Free Alliance, Wraptious are proactive in fighting the scourge of slavery by rallying with the Anti-Slavery Charity, Hope for Justice.


Click on the logo to find out more about Wraptious and sustainability.

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Moira Carter — Illustrator — Chester moirarae1@btinternet.com