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Fox for Tea Diorama
Fox for Tea Diorama
Fox for Tea Diorama
Fox for Tea Diorama
Fox for Tea Diorama
Fox for Tea Diorama
Fox for Tea Diorama
Fox for Tea Diorama
Fox for Tea Diorama
Fox for Tea Diorama
Fox for Tea Diorama
Fox for Tea Diorama
ÔFox for Tea DioramaÕ is printed, hand and laser cut and framed in England. This piece is from a limited edition of 75 and is printed onto Matt Smooth Fine Art Cotton 300 gsm.

Renaissance Rome looking at Architecture engravings, working with the Royal Stairway this entrance is multiplied to create a exaggerated sense of depth, its inspired by the time Kristjana spent at the V&A creating a exhibition in the British galleries. Kristjana passion here is working with depth and using the plates collected John Barrington which have a exceptional depth and clarity working with them creating dept and colour is a feast for the mind. The elements include the all knowing Paul Smith famous Zebra and English curiosities and industry like the fox coming for tea and the rabbit coming with the teacups as well as the industry that is the core of PS the sewing machines.

About The Artist - Kristjana S Williams

Born in Reykjavik in 1974, Kristjana spent much of her childhood looking out over Iceland’s spartan landscape of black sand and frozen seas, dreaming of new worlds filled with abundant animal and plant life. This wanderlust fostered a love of maps and botanical engravings which, after completing her degree in graphic design and illustration at Central St Martins in London, became the foundation of Kristjana’s work.


Described by the New York Times as part of the ‘new antiquarian movement’ her fine art pieces, prints, fashion and furniture see vintage illustrations of exotic animals and insects layered over lavish foliage and antique maps to reimagine fantastical new creatures and what she calls ‘wishful forests’. These whimsical two and three dimensional tableaus have won Kristjana many international awards including The Pentawards, D&D in book, Clio Award and first prize in the New York Festivals Grand Prix.

Her aesthetic which is at once both mythical and modern has led to collaborations
with heritage brands such as Harrods, Fortnum and Mason, Chanel and the Connaught Hotel, and iconic contemporary firms such as Paul Smith, Christian Louboutin and The Shard London. Kristjana lives and works in West London.

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Kristjana S Williams

Fox for Tea Diorama

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  • Hand and Laser Cut Giclée on Matt Smooth Fine Art Cotton 300 gsm paper
  • Artwork size: 40 x 55 cm
  • Edition of 75
  • Limited Edition

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  • Hand and Laser Cut Giclée on Matt Smooth Fine Art Cotton 300 gsm paper
  • Artwork size: 40 x 55 cm
  • Edition of 75
  • Limited Edition
ÔFox for Tea DioramaÕ is printed, hand and laser cut and framed in England. This piece is from a limited edition of 75 and is printed onto Matt Smooth Fine Art Cotton 300 gsm.

Renaissance Rome looking at Architecture engravings, working with the Royal Stairway this entrance is multiplied to create a exaggerated sense of depth, its inspired by the time Kristjana spent at the V&A creating a exhibition in the British galleries. Kristjana passion here is working with depth and using the plates collected John Barrington which have a exceptional depth and clarity working with them creating dept and colour is a feast for the mind. The elements include the all knowing Paul Smith famous Zebra and English curiosities and industry like the fox coming for tea and the rabbit coming with the teacups as well as the industry that is the core of PS the sewing machines.

About The Artist - Kristjana S Williams

Born in Reykjavik in 1974, Kristjana spent much of her childhood looking out over Iceland’s spartan landscape of black sand and frozen seas, dreaming of new worlds filled with abundant animal and plant life. This wanderlust fostered a love of maps and botanical engravings which, after completing her degree in graphic design and illustration at Central St Martins in London, became the foundation of Kristjana’s work.


Described by the New York Times as part of the ‘new antiquarian movement’ her fine art pieces, prints, fashion and furniture see vintage illustrations of exotic animals and insects layered over lavish foliage and antique maps to reimagine fantastical new creatures and what she calls ‘wishful forests’. These whimsical two and three dimensional tableaus have won Kristjana many international awards including The Pentawards, D&D in book, Clio Award and first prize in the New York Festivals Grand Prix.

Her aesthetic which is at once both mythical and modern has led to collaborations
with heritage brands such as Harrods, Fortnum and Mason, Chanel and the Connaught Hotel, and iconic contemporary firms such as Paul Smith, Christian Louboutin and The Shard London. Kristjana lives and works in West London.

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