I’m always excited to see the end result of collaborations and how my patterns ‘react’ with a product. For this project Japanese brand Yamatoya chose two of my patterns for their high chair cushion covers. I think my patterns, with bold shapes and saturated colours, go well with the design of the wooden chairs. By adding a patterned cushion chairs can be customized to fit the clients’ interior and style.
Project in collaboration with Efolium, South Korea.
Image courtesy of Yamatoya / Efolium.
I had the pleasure to collaborate with Philips Lighting on their new venture Luminous Patterns which is all about LED patterns of light that are fused into building materials. The project allowed me to explore three dimensional patterns and the effects of light and shadow in a design, an exciting new way to use patterns and add to the atmosphere of a space.
The patterns will be applied to wall panel systems with various techniques, you can view a video here.
Video still courtesy of Philips Lighting
I’m so proud to finally show all the WATER LAND fabrics I designed!
Cloud9 Fabrics (US) and I have created a collection of fabrics called WATER LAND. The summery collection consists of twelve fabrics in bright colours; with patterns of geese, fish, floating leafs….
Cloud9 Fabrics uses only 100% certified organic cotton in the manufacturing of their base cloths and eco-responsible low impact dyes for printing and dying. The WATER LAND collection is now available, you can find a list of retailers here.
My patterns in Flow magazine no. 3, 2015! Flow licensed MONSTERA, SCURVY GRASS and AVENS, all three printed beautifully on thick paper (you can tear the paper out and use as a file folder).