The Jones Boys are two designers from Liverpool, twins named Philip & Andrew. They class themselves as a “two man enterprise from birth”. Their design process involves taking first hand reference and photographic records. They then strip back the detail, leaving strong shapes and shadows. They use vintage posters to help inspire their use of colour on their unique prints. One can see that the Jones Boys have taken a large inspiration from the art deco period within the North West of England.
About The Palm House
The Palm House is one of the most notable features in Sefton Park, situated in South Liverpool. It is a three tiered glass conservatory, home to many exotic plants and designed in the style of Joseph Paxton’s glass houses. In each of its eight corners are statues by Leon-Joseph Chavalliaud, including one of Captain Cook, Christopher Columbus and Charles Darwin. In May 1941, in the height of the Liverpool Blitz, the Palm House was badly damaged by a bomb causing the conservatory to need major restoration which was covered by the War Restoration Fund. While the Palm House went into a period of decline in the late 1980’s, it is now an extremely popular venue for weddings and functions due to its second restoration which was finished in 1993!
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