Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison
Boodles: British Modern, Michael Harrison

Art Director: Michael Harrison
Editor: Katia Hadain
Photography: Martin Morrell
Still life: Andy Barter

Softback
220mm x 285 mm
Published by
Condé Nast Publications Ltd

The book was commissioned to mark the launch of Boodles jewellery collection ‘The Poetry of Landscape'. Inspired by Britain’s natural landscape and it's avant-guard artists of the early to mid 20th century it is divided into four elements, earth, flora, rock and water. British Modern explores the inspirations of Boodles Head of Design Rebecca Hawkins, her creative process and the craft of jewellery making.