DENY Anderson Design Group
Anderson Design Group Philly Square Tray51000-tsqumd
Lay it all out there. The Deny Designs square tray is crafted from 100% sustainable and eco-friendly bamboo with a satin finished display. Available in two sizes, these trays make the perfect decor accessory for wherever you need a little extra organization or as a serving platter for cheese spreads or breakfast in bed. Choose from our curated array of designs to match whatever your decor style may be. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.
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Joel Anderson, founder of Anderson Design Group, gradAmy Sia is a London-based textile print designer dedicated to creating unique and vibrant artwork. Her designs come to life through a blend of modern and traditional techniques, including a combination of painting, drawing, photography and computer-aided design. She is inspired by the beauty in creation and fashion.uated from Ringling College of Art and Design in 1986. His design firm has been creating branding for companies all over the world since 1993, but Joel’s real hobby/obsession is vintage poster art. Joel and his team of artists have admired and studied classic illustrated advertising prints for years. When they wanted to collect their favorites, they found that antique prints were just too expensive and the best public domain reproductions have been over-exploited. So, Joel had an idea, “What if we created our own classic poster designs featuring modern themes, but hand-rendered them in the tradition of the masters of the Golden Age of Poster Art?” So, they did just that. One of their first design collections, Art and Soul Of America, has won loads of design awards and quickly became a best-selling series of limited edition prints. Today, Joel and his team at Anderson Design Group continue to create new lines of prints from their studio in Nashville, Tennessee.