Advice from a Caterpillar cardholder

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Made in Scotland from recycled leather, this colourful card holder features Kristjana S. Williams’ original interpretation of the memorable scene where Alice encounters the caterpillar in a forest of mushrooms. Icelandic-born artist Kristjana has been working collaboratively with the V&A for several years, creating limited edition prints in her inimitably detailed, fantastical and richly textured style.

The classic cardholder is made by a 3rd-generation Scottish company from digitally printed recycled leather, obtained from industrial glove and bag off-cuts, making use of material that would ordinarily be discarded. The holder is embossed inside with the V&A logo.

Advice from a Caterpillar artwork by Kristjana S. Williams
© Kristjana S. Williams

Created exclusively for the V&A.

Details
• Recycled leather
• Clean with a dry cloth to maintain an attractive lustre
• Made in Scotland
• Dimensions: closed, height 10.7cm x width 7.7cm; open, height 10.7cm x width 15.7cm

Author/Artist/Designer

Kristjana S. Williams

Dimensions

Closed, height 10.7cm x width 7.7cm; open, height 10.7cm x width 15.7cm

Composition

Recycled leather

Product code

161537

DELIVERY

  • UK standard delivery £5 (FREE on orders £35 and over*)
  • Europe standard delivery £20
  • Rest of the world standard delivery £30

*UK only. Excludes custom prints. Does not apply to exhibition tickets, events, courses and Memberships.

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About the exhibition
Alice

Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser

Tumble down the rabbit hole and explore Wonderland with our range inspired by the Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser exhibition: stunning jewellery collaborations, a sumptuously illustrated catalogue, the exclusive exhibition tote bag, limited edition prints and newly commissioned artwork by Krisjana S. Williams await.