Magda Archer



Selection of Badge Designs by Magda Archer 

Designs include:

- I like house large badges in pink or black 

- I still miss Elvis medium badges sold individually or in a pack 

- This is Art medium badges in blue or red colourways 

- Super Dork Art small badges sold in pack of 4 




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About the artwork

New to House of Voltaire are a collection of brightly coloured badge designs by Magda Archer. 

All profits will be supporting both Studio Voltaire’s community and learning projects and the Royal Trinity Hospice.  Royal Trinity Hospice is the local hospice for south west and central London. They provide free specialist palliative and end of life care for residents in South London. Royal Trinity Hospice believe that every moment matters and go above and beyond to help their patients and families make the most of every moment they have left.  To read more about the work Royal Trinity Hospice do and Studio Voltaire’s participation & community programmes, click the links below;

Royal Trinity Hospice 

Studio Voltaire

About the artist

Magda Archer is London-based artist renowned for work that combines nostalgic paintings with raw, contemporary turns of phrase. Archer (b. 1964) studied at Ravensbourne College of Art, Chelsea School of Art, the Royal College of Art before co-founding the illustration duo Archer/Quinell, which rose to critical and commercial acclaim from 1988 to 1998. Since her first solo exhibition Crazy Mad at The Cornerhouse, Manchester in 2011, Archer has shown across the UK and abroad including in Peter Blake: About Collages at Tate Liverpool (2000) and her breakthrough exhibition #givemeeverythingandnothingbaby at HOME, Manchester and Chapter Arts, Cardiff (2015). Her renowned public posters for Flying Leaps immediately become recognisable landmarks in London’s urban landscape. On a global scale, Archer collaborates with major fashion designers, including her two year collaboration project Magda Archer x The Marc Jacobs and previous work with both Commes des Garçons and Jenny Packham.

The artist is represented by Karsten Schubert London

House of Voltaire commissions and sells unique artworks, limited edition prints and specially–commissioned homewares, objects, clothing and accessories by world–renowned contemporary artists and designers.