Lynn Johnston Productions

Green Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Medium green on light green.

Purple Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Medium purple on light purple.

Yellow Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Dark yellow on light yellow.

Blue Spidies

Our designer, Deborah, found these odd forms tucked in amongst other larger creatures in Lynn’s original sketch for the Robot Collection. She has affectionately named these critters, “Spidies.” As a two-tone tossed repeat, they are the perfect small print accompaniment to this collection. Medium blue on dark blue.

Small Gears

This pattern of gears ties into the robot collection in an indirect way. It is a nice diversion from the crazy robots in the rest of this collection, and it is strangely calming and effective as a coordinating pattern. This is the smaller version of this pattern with a dark blue background.

Large Gears

This pattern of gears ties into the robot collection in an indirect way. It is a nice diversion from the crazy robots in the rest of this collection, and it is strangely calming and effective as a coordinating pattern.

Robot Grid

This pattern makes you wonder just what exactly is this robot grid? Is this a framework at a construction site? If that is the case, then it is all hands on deck to finish the job. Personally, it feels more like a club—a place to hang out, socialize, and meet new robots!

Spaceship Parade

Spaceship Parade holds a special place in our hearts here at LJP. We can’t quite explain why, but it just makes us happy! In fact, it has inspired Lynn to have a custom spaceship light fixture made for our office. It is currently in production, and you can guarantee that it will be one-of-a-kind!

Robot Spring Stripe

This Robot Spring Strip might just be a scene from inside a giant factory where a variety of robot-related items are being manufactured. Each row appears to be in motion—as if it is being pulled along by a vacuum or some other force in an endless assembly line.

Robot Border

Robot Border gives us a glimpse into what it is like on the surface of this robot world. It appears to be a very active place full of odd and interesting characters busily going about their day.