Morag Myerscough Gives Method Soap An Eccentric New Look
by Casha Doemland on 01/31/2019 | 2 Minute Read
method soap has always been on Dieline's radar and the newest designs by Morag Myerscough are giving us life. The vivid colors and eccentric patterns are a sure fire to spice up any room in your home.Morag Myerscough, artist/designer, has injected her distinct use of pattern and colour into method’s latest limited edition collection, providing a riot of joyful colour for the home.
Morag is more accustomed to working at a supersize scale with projects like Battersea Power Station, the Design Museum and Sheffield Children’s Hospital, so working at such a small scale was an exciting challenge. Morag has meticulously created a series of joy inspired artworks for method’s planet-friendly gel hand wash, foaming hand wash, all-purpose surface cleaner and washing-up liquid. Best known for creating beautifully designed cleaning products made from plant-based, biodegradable ingredients, with vivid fragrances and colours, method is taking its mission to ‘look good. do better’ even further in 2019 by instilling joy in homes as well as communities. Morag will be working with method and Artfelt, the arts programme at Sheffield Children’s Hospital, to transform their new outside space into a beautiful, fragrant and engaging garden.
Morag Myerscough said: “I was delighted when method approached me to collaborate on the range and work together to make it possible to help transform Sheffield Children’s Hospital’s outside space because they share my desire to spread positivity and joy. For the product design, I liked the idea of creating a beautiful, coloured jewel for your home, that every time you used it, would make you feel happier and add something to your everyday life”. This latest limited edition range is a burst of positivity inside and out, with the fruity scent of vivid watermelon complementing the bottle’s bold and joyful exterior. The invigorating scent features fruity and aquatic notes; underpinned with fragrances of crushed mint, basil leaf and coriander.
- Artist & Designer: Morag Myerscough