Snowden Flood is an unusually named designer maker/artist and shop keeper working from a small shop on the first floor of London's Oxo Tower. Living in NYC in the 1990's, working for architect to the rich and famous Peter Marino, Snowden was frustrated at the lack of UK made souvenirs to take back as presents to the US. So she designed a range of cushions that were snapped up by Liberty and the rest is history!
Snowden won't be pinned down when it comes to design, and sells a myriad of things with her patterns and pictures on, from bars of hand cut soap (made by the seaside), tea (in collaboration with the Rare Tea company) to stationery, textiles and of course her iconic ceramics - all made in Stoke on Trent. Everything is ethically made in the UK by teams working closely with Snowden.
Since launching her range in 2003 she has produced commissions for the British Museum, Tate Modern, Chatsworth House and the City of Turin and worked with many wonderful stores around the world. In addition to Snowden's ranges, her own Oxo Tower shop is filled with an eclectically curated mix of UK made gifts, souvenirs and antiques and a selection of the best work from UK designers and artisans that you won't find all over the high street!