Sue Timney, designer and founder of Timney Fowler, is launching an exclusive planet friendly product range for World Animal Day on 4th October in partnership with World Animal Protection to raise awareness of the issues animals face around the world.
Timney, Director and Past President of the British Institute of Interior Design, chose a loose and lyrical hand drawn style expressing the shape of the animal designs. Colour was used symbolically with green representing farm animals in the countryside; blue for marine animals; and reds and oranges for wild animals expressing temperature, climate and mood.
Animal lovers can get Sue’s exclusive designs on t-shirts, tote bags and tea towels, all ethically sourced using Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) cotton and AZO-free dyes which are less harmful to the environment. Also available are mugs and art prints with orders printed on demand to eliminate mass production.
Sue Timney, “Through this project I was able to express my thoughts and feelings through the work I naturally do. It is wonderful to have the opportunity to work with people who have the same ethics as me on animal welfare and meat reduction. It means an awful lot.”
Georgie Bradbury, World Animal Protection, head of marketing, “We’re delighted to work with Sue as she shares many of the same principles as World Animal Protection and is a person we were naturally drawn to for this project. We’re proud to have these wonderful designs in our online shop to help support the global work we do for farm and wild animals.”
The way we treat animals has a direct impact on our world. Factory farming is responsible for extreme animal suffering and exacerbating climate change though the destruction of wild habitats. World Animal Protection works to end the suffering of animals around the world in factory farms and the wildlife trade.
You can buy the exclusive Sue Timney designs on World Animal Protection’s online shop here.
More Sue Timney designed products will be added to the range in the future.
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