Inspired by a trip to Mexico where I fell in love with tacos and have been obsessed with them ever since. This print would look great in a kitchen and would be a lovely gift for a foodie or someone who loves to travel. It makes a fun pairing with the hot sauce print.
It has been digitally printed onto 300gsm Fresco Gesso paper which has a lightly hammered surface texture.
Available in 3 sizes:
A5 (14.8 x 21 cm)
A4 (21cm x 29.7cm)
A3 (29.7cm x 42cm)
10% of every sale of this Tacos prints will be donated to Beyond Food Foundation via Work for Good.
Beyond Food Foundation supports and educates vulnerable adults across London, who have been at risk of or have experienced homelessness, to enable them to gain meaningful employment through cooking food.
Laura Barnes’ happy and uplifting homewares bring joy into your home and beyond, by giving back to good causes.
When you buy any product in the Laura Barnes collection, 10% of profits are shared with charities whose mission is to protect the planet and support vulnerable people. Those three charities are The Rainforest Trust, The Baytree Centre and the South London Refugee Association.
As well as raising awareness through these charity partnerships, Laura Barnes’ passion for protecting people and the planet also shows up in her bright, cheerful illustrations. These often celebrate nature, inspired by that love for the great outdoors and travels in places like India, Morocco and Mexico.
Likewise, all her products and packaging are designed with the planet in mind. All products are crafted in an environmentally conscious way, not too far from the South East London studio where Laura draws her designs.
The designs themselves are the result of a mix of hand drawing and painting and digital techniques. If you’re a magpie for funky patterns and tropical colour palettes, you’ll love Laura Barnes’ pieces.
Add a splash of colour to the kitchen with her organic cotton tea towels, available in fun themed prints like Cocktail Party and Big Cats. These are digitally printed in small batches to keep waste to a minimum.