The stunning latest Memory Block collection by Sid Dickens is a window into seasonal change and how the passing of summer leads to more beauty in fall. It reflects resilience and strength and focusses on the trials this past year has held for everyone, the collection symbolises change through the seasons and a time of transformation.
What we love about this collection are the colours, they are deep and evocative whist bringing a sense of calm and peace. They will blend well with any current installation while also making superb first time purchase choices.
Hudson Belles’ favourite is ‘When Pigs Fly’ as we believe ‘With a little imagination, anything is possible’, we absolutely adore quirky and pigs are a firm favourite in the Hudson household! We also love ‘Lionheart’ which captures the true majestic nature of one of the worlds most iconic creatures ‘Leader of the pack, conquering the impossible, your stoic courage and inspiration’.
Here is how Sid describes his wonderful and quirky new collection:
“With Sid’s latest collection of Memory Blocks comes a changing of the seasons; a time of transformation where summer’s excitement and liveliness is transformed into a peaceful calm. Fall is a season of change where nature’s greenery turns to crimson, temperatures cool and people move inside to escape the incoming chill as the warm colours of fall erupt.“
Sid showcases his whimsical side with “When Pigs Fly,” where anything is possible if we use our imaginations. The “Ceiling Rose” symbolizes the freedom to speak your truths without fear of judgment and “Nature’s Glory” showcases all that life has to offer. The “Three Graces” remind us of all that is good in the world. Lastly, with the strength of a lion and the steady nature of the stag, the collection is complete with messages of peace and courage.
Sid Dickens’ Fall 2021 release features images of serenity with messages of resilience and strength. Through all the trials this past year has unveiled, hope and positivity has persevered. The Season of Change Collection invites us to unlock our imagination and rejoice in all that is good.”