Author(s): Virginia Johnson
The vibrant watercolour brushstrokes that have made Toronto-based painter Virginia Johnson's textiles so popular among women are now showcased across this three-title line: including a Notecard Set, Labels Stickers, and Notebook Collection. Organization meets colourful style with this abundant portfolio of multipurpose peel-and-stick labels, designed in a variety of sizes to dress up gift packages, homemade treats, books, snail mail, and more.
Virginia Johnson is a Canadian textile designer who creates colourful prints on clothing, shawls, home, and children's wear. Founded in 2001, the collection is carried in over 100 stores worldwide including: Anthropologie, Barneys, Takashimaya, Holt Renfrew, Liberty's, Selfridges and Net-a-Porter. Virginia paints all of her prints with watercolours and then they are silkscreened onto fabric in India and Toronto. She draws inspiration from her travels and from nature, particularly birds, water, trees, flowers and animals. Virginia attended Parsons School of Design and worked as an accessories designer for Helmut Lang in New York. She also illustrated a series of books and stationery for Kate Spade. Other clients include Vogue, Vogue Japan, InStyle, and Holt Renfrew.