Drying dishes offers a perfect opportunity to dream of unfinished projects. Dream and dry in style with a premium cotton screen-printed Edinburgh’s Disgrace tea towel.
Known locally as ‘Edinburgh’s Disgrace’, the National Monument on Calton Hill was left half-finished when the money ran out. Today it stands as a familiar classical silhouette, forever under construction yet somehow complete, both a symbol of home for many and the stage scenery for countless selfies. To celebrate a phrase fondly used by Edinburgh locals, Collective Matter has worked with artist Mick Peter to create a range of products in praise of folly.
Material - Screen printed on 100% cotton
Size - 48cm x 76cm
Designed by Mick Peter for Collective Matter
Photography: Aly Wight
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