Rob Ryan

An Exhibition Of New Work At The William Morris Gallery, London

Posted by on Monday 22nd October, 2018

Earlier this year the William Morris Gallery invited Rob to create a body of work in response to Morris’s legacy. William Morris was a designer, craftsmen, writer and socialist, famously known for his intricate decorative floral patterns. The William Morris Gallery is housed in a 1740s Georgian house in Lloyd Park, Walthamstow. The building was used […]

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Rob Ryan for The Gro Company

Posted by on Wednesday 1st August, 2018

Over the past year or so Rob has been working very hard on a super exciting collaboration, which we’ve kept under wraps until now, with The Gro Company. The Gro Company was founded in 2000 by two parents who were struggling to get their baby to sleep soundly. They discovered baby sleep bags and after […]

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New Ceramics for Spring

Posted by on Thursday 12th April, 2018

This past month at Ryantown HQ we have been working two new sets of ceramics and we’re pleased to show them in more detail here. The first of which is these beautiful hand decorated stacking coffee mugs. Rob adapted an artwork he had recently created entitled ‘These Things Between Us’ to wrap around the stack of […]

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Valentines Day Champagne Glasses 2018

Posted by on Wednesday 7th February, 2018

Every year Rob likes to create a product especially for St Valentine’s Day, in the last this has been a screenprint or lasercut but this year he has designed a pair of champagne glasses. Each glass reads: “The lips that touch this glass are the lips I dream would touch mine” Rob created a three […]

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The Jewellers Journey

Posted by on Wednesday 6th December, 2017

Rob has teamed up with the jewellery designer Alex Monroe to create a Christmas tale; written by Alex with illustrations by Rob, The Jewellers Journey is the story of an elderly jeweller who sets off on a magical journey to meet his newborn granddaughter. His travelling companions are a mouse, a squirrel, a rabbit, and a fox, but they […]

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