Art born as a product of pain, Annie Morris is known for her artwork, which consists of ‘stacks’. Stacks of spheres made out of pigment, sand, and plaster represent the grief and tragedy that Morris went through when her first child was stillborn. The metaphor for childbirth and fragility the stacks visually represent a 3D painting of sort. Her other known work is a dress Burberry’s Director Christopher Bailey commissioned her to make, out of her painted clothespins, and to create a work for Louis Vuitton’s flagship store in Place Vendome, Paris, commissioned by American architect Peter Marino. Morris is also known for her illustrations and has collaborated with Sophie Dahl for the latter’s first book, The Man with the Dancing Eyes, published by Bloomsbury.