Begg & Co Comfort Project

A collaboration between Begg & Co and creatives

We launched our Comfort Blanket in March to provide an online positive space for our community during a time of uncertainty. From meditation tips and comfort recipes to a gratitude journal and more, we have provided a platform for escapism and solace.
Today, we are proud to introduce a collaborative project we have been working on with renowned photographers, who have captured life at home with their very own comfort blankets.
Felicity McCabe, Rachel Louise Brown, Jake Curtis and Martin Zahringer showcase through their lens their unique experience in isolation. The blankets and scarves featured are part of our archive selection and are now available to shop online. Discover life at home with Begg & Co.

 

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Wispy Dark Kelp & Arran Eton Mess Felicity McCabe

One still life, one self portrait, and one image with her son. The self-portrait has a nice story around it, as it was a family effort. Felicity’s 2-year-old son art directed the piece, and her partner took the image.

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Comfort Project Rachel Louise Brown

"While we sleep, the garden still grows”

"I photographed in the garden at night, and brought the garden indoors to shoot at dawn. What I like about the working title is the slight metaphor it gives to the current moment we are all going through."

Arran Jake Curtis

"Lockdown has been interesting in our house, we’ve had many moments of joy and also moments of despair. The latter being due to two (creative) parents attempting to homeschool the full curriculum to our unwilling pupils! On the bright side, it has been amazing being together as a family during this challenging time. We have felt lucky to have some outside space that we can escape to. Spending many evenings in the garden, catching the last of the sunshine and cosying up in the luxury of the Begg and Co cashmere blankets. They have been a particular hit with my wife and daughter, Rachael and Iris, who always manage to bagsy them first, ready for our new lockdown routine of sundowners in the garden after another day at home! I decided to photograph Rachael and Iris wrapped up in the softness of the blankets capturing a moment of calm and contemplation."



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Jura Light Elk Martin Zahringer

"I wanted to inject them with a bit of humour. In a strange way, it has been quite nice to be so close and have so much time together, but at the same time, you can see how shattered we are (Ben passed out on the sofa, while Vincent has a fun time playing on the floor). It’s nice having all his toys around, they brighten up the day, so I thought it would be funny for Danny the Dino to be in the shot."

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