Explore all of the commissions, collaborations and projects undertaken by Timorous Beasties.
The Birds and Bees Book Covers
Published by Vintage Classics, The Birds and Bees is a collection of five reissues that encapsulate the authors' own experiences, detailing the wonders, struggles and triumphs in their encounters with these wonderful winged creatures.
Nairn's Oatcakes Tin
Nairn’s Oatcakes asked Timorous Beasties to design a distinct surface pattern to create an elegant oatcake tin that fits perfectly into the handbag.
Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Opened in 1889, The Scottish National Portrait Gallery, designed by Sir Robert Rowand Anderson, is one of Edinburgh’s most outstanding buildings.
Princes Square, Glasgow
After two years in development, Timorous Beasties’ decorative exterior installation at Princes Square luxury shopping arcade on Glasgow's Buchanan Street was completed November 2011.
Stratford Market Station
Timorous Beasties’ Tree of Life design was applied in brilliant colour on optically clear vinyl to create a transparent spatial distinction between the upstairs café and the downstairs office suite in the Stratford Market Station building, East London.
The 'Liberty Bell' fabric, wallpaper, cushion & lampshade collection was created by Timorous Beasties exclusively for Liberty London.
Burns Museum Walkway
Timorous Beasties designed two engraved, polished granite over-slabs for the new Robert Burns Museum in Alloway to mark the walkway from the Museum to Burns’ cottage.
Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery
Housing wonderful collections in decorative & fine arts, medieval manuscripts, numismatics and entomology, Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery was one of the first museums to open outside London in 1874.
Launched for Clerkenwell Design Week 2011, Timorous Beasties’ designs were beautifully rendered as concrete tiles using proprietary moulding technology developed by Graphic Relief.
The Famous Grouse Packaging
World famous whisky distillers, Famous Grouse, commissioned a hand-drawn design by Timorous Beasties for the packaging of their limited edition whisky.
Inspired by the thistles and roses festooning the Victoria and Albert Museum's exterior architectural surface, Timorous Beasties re-designed the V&A boardroom in 2010.
Philip Treacy celebrates the humorous mixed with the unexpected, always with a nod to history.
Brinton's First Weave
Timorous Beasties/Brintons first collaboration, from 2007, is a collection of exquisite, large-scale, directional carpets creating unparalleled beauty in flooring space.
Wellcome Trust Window
The Wellcome Trust was founded in 1936 by Sir Henry Wellcome, pharmacist, entrepreneur and philanthropist.