This chic and sharply graphic collection in two-tone black and cream is good for a country kitchen or an upscale flat. This set of spice tins are best of the range; chunky and solid with a panel to fill in (if your writing’s up to scratch) or some self adhesive labels with Matt’s neat hatched script advertising black pepper, star anise, cinnamon, cardamom and other kitchen essentials.
.Emma says “These are some of the most desirable things we've done for years. The cream on black shows off Matthews rather elaborate calligraphy and the whole range has a special glamour. Our kitchen is already fitted out ...."
Matthew says “I am never bored with lettering, particularly with the endlessly imaginative way that masons carving monuments in the eighteenth century tumble and cram letters together when they run out of space. There is a funny irony in using those tricks on a passport holder or a pencil box. My favourite letter is the ampersand, that curly whirly combination of E and T that stands for AND in typography. It allows most opportunities for experiments and can fill almost any space, a good reason to use it wherever possible”