William Morris was an English artist, designer, writer and socialist famous for his revolutionary wallpaper and textile designs, fantasy fiction, medievalism and socialism. His notable works include ‘The Earthly Paradise’, ‘A Dream of John Ball’, ‘the utopian News from Nowhere’, and the fantasy romance ‘The Well at the World's End’. Morris was the founder of the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings which campaigned against damage inflicted due to architectural restoration. He also founded Socialist League along with the association of Social Democratic Federation (SDF), which revolved around Marxism and influences of anarchism. William Morris was instrumental in the revival of the textile industry and methods of production during the Victorian Era. The William Morris society was formed to look after his great legacy. Morris actively spoke on issues which evoked motivation, inspiration, individualism, wisdom and imagination. We have curated William’s quotes and thoughts from his speeches, writings, and observations that he made on different things and issues. Zoom through these interesting quotes from this legendary textile designer and socialist from the 19th century Britain.