Mister Finch at Anthropologie

Some photographs that I took when I visited Mister Finch’s ‘Cinder Embers’ exhibition at Anthropologie on King’s Road, London.

Mister Finch is a British textile artist usually inspired by nature and folklore. He uses ‘found’ fabrics and materials to make his creations. His work that’s on show at Anthropologie on the King’s Road is inspired by the 170 year old Parisian taxidermy shop, ‘Deyrolle’, which was destroyed by fire in 2008 (I found an interesting blog post about Deyrolle here). Mister Finch recently featured in an article for The Sunday Times’ ‘Style’ magazine.

Exhibition runs until 4th January 2014 at 139 King’s Road, SW3 4PW, and Mister Finch’s debut book, ‘Living in a Fairytale World’ is available at Anthropologie and on Amazon.

Mister Finch at Anthropologie

Mister Finch at Anthropologie on King’s Road, London

Mister Finch's Fox

Mister Finch’s textile stitched and charred fox

stuffed textile spider

Giant, stuffed textile spider

Charred and stuffed rabbit

Charred and stuffed rabbit