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SHOP WINDOWS – THE DRAPERY TRADE IN THE LONG 19TH CENTURY (F 5)

Display windows became popular in the last decades of 18th century in London giving rise to clear improvements for showing off such goods such as drapery in the most desirable way – a novelty which was also introduced in many other English cities and towns around the year 1800. 1,183 more words

Textiles

Owl and Pussycat Cushions

These lovely squishy cushions are printed in dark grey on soft, off white organic Cambridge cotton. The back of the cushion is washed dark grey linen. 10 more words

Screen Printed Textiles

Selvedge Artisan Fair

The coloured linen aprons are now available on my Etsy shop

Last week Ottalina was selling at the Selvedge magazine Artisan Fair in Chelsea Town Hall. 152 more words

Screen Printed Textiles

Arresting printed fabrics & furniture designed by Pam Weinstock who has an office in London. See Blogroll for a link.

Hera Chair /

Aphrodite Chair /

Koi Fabric /

Hana Fabric /

Seren & Ike Fabric /

Kasumiga-Ike /

A Cold Day fabric /

Chaing Mai Baby fabric /

Venus fabric /

Thalassa 2 fabric

Product

Pillow Fight - OHH DEER

I found that as a surface pattern designer, I am constantly reflecting on what my designs can be transferred onto and how this effects the design. 227 more words

Textiles

Visual Art Saturday School

A few lovely things made by children in my lessons on the Visual Arts Saturday School at Rosetta Art Centre……

Self portrait mono-type

Three colour Mono-type… 72 more words

Influence No.1

No piece of work is truly unique – artists and designers are constantly inspired by the people and objects around them.
As a designer I look to other creatives to inspire and influence my work. 479 more words

Art And Design