When I heard about William Morris’s life for the first time, I was impressed by the variety of the activities and specifications he had. He is well-known now mostly as a great British textile designer, but at his time his was recognized more as a writer and social activist. At the same time, he was an artist, a furniture designer, a novelist, a poet, a translator, a publisher and so on.

His beliefs were always changing and improving, and he was open to the new views and ready to act. If he wanted to change something he just did it. If he did not agree with something, he tried to make the difference using all the available opportunities. William was ambitious and actionable. He was trying to build a new society, a new world.