Launched in 2011 by Victoria Kieldsen, English brand Hello Geronimo is an online boutique specialised in uplifting and stylish cards, prints, stationery and artwork destined to get your senses buzzing.

From colourful palettes and modern graphics, to luxurious touches of foil and hand-applied felts, every piece harmonises playful textures and catchy quotes to create a range of innovative-yet-timeless goods, guaranteed to make you and your loved ones smile - whatever the occasion!

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Born from her need to find original pieces with an added touch of personality, Victoria used her experience as an interior designer and her passion for crafts to create the brand, which was first introduced at the UK’s leading retail trade event Top Drawer, in January 2011.

Hello Geronimo started gaining notoriety for its signature button maps -an intricate composition of handmade badges and colourful buttons depicting individual countries and cities- securing prestigious clients and stockists such as the London Southbank Centre.

With the birth of her son in 2014, Victoria saw her creativity open to a whole new set of directions, reflecting both her needs and inspirations as a new parent. From cute bespoke newborn cards to vibrant nursery rhymes prints designed during a sleepless night, little Henry is the muse of a creative process that beautifully evolves and grows with him.

 

 

 
 
 
 

 

From humble beginnings at the Marylebone market, Hello Geronimo is now a Not On The High Street partner, Etsy seller, and is proud to count acclaimed stockists such as Somerset House, Graham and Green, Heal’s, Rigby and Mac, the National Trust, and Fenwick.

Hello Geronimo’s various creations have been featured in a selection of popular magazines and websites, including Living Etc., Homes and Gardens, BBC Good Homes, Easy Living, and You magazine.