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The Colours of London - Print and Homeware Range for Tate
The Colours of London - Print and Homeware Range for Tate

The Colours of London - Print and Homeware Range for Tate

Print and homeware range designed by Dorothy for Tate Galleries and available to buy exclusively from Tate London gallery store and Tate Online.

Our classic colour chart celebrates the very best of London. Featuring the names of 66 people, places and things that are unique to this vibrant capital city.

The swatch features colour themed landmarks (Crystal Palace, Marble Arch, The Gherkin, River Thames), places (Marylebone, Primrose Hill, Golden Square, Green Park, Limehouse) street names (Whitehall, Brick Lane), song titles (White Riot, Back to Black), books (White Teeth, The Pickwick Papers) sights you’ll only see in London (Pearly Kings And Queens, Crown Jewels, Beefeater Red, Double Decker Bus, Trooping the Colour) and a fair share of cockney rhyming slang (Rosy Lee, Apples and Pears).

The collection also includes The Colours of Liverpool and The Colours of St Ives.

The Colours of London range features: Whitehall, White Teeth, Crystal Palace, White Riot, Chalk Farm, Marble Arch, White Hart Lane, Marylebone, The Pickwick Papers, Pigeon, Elephant And Castle, Barbican, Pearly Kings And Queens, Crown Jewels, Primrose Hill, The Hayward, Canary Wharf, Waterloo Sunset, Goldsmiths College, Golden Square, St Clements, The Great Fire, Beefeater Red, Double Decker Bus, Petticoat Lane, Franks, Ruby Murray, Rosy Lee, Pillar Box, Trooping The Colour, HMS Belfast, Notting Hill, Electric Avenue, The Serpentine, Blue Plaques, The Grapes, Battersea, Jellied Eel, Green Park, The Ivy, The Gherkin, Greenwich, Parakeets, Limehouse, London Fields, Apples And Pears, London Gin, Parliament Hill, Grime, Peasouper, College Green, Itchycoo Park, Borough Market, River Thames, St Paul’s, Tate Britain Portland Stone, Baker Street, Tate Modern Brick, Royal Albert Hall, Brick Lane, The Big Smoke, Black Death, Back to Black, Blackfriars, Knightsbridge, Black Cab..

The new range is an extension of the Colour Wheel concept the studio has been developing over the last few years.