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surface pattern

I Spy, Plates Too Good to Eat Off

I’m talking about this beautiful new line of porcelain tableware from Ilaria Innocenti.

Each plate is hand embellished with delicate designs and geometric textures in black and gold. The decoration is a collage of impressions and objects redrawn freehand which together form a series of small stories. 

Too pretty to eat off.
Available via Clippings.

I Spy – Imogen Heath

Imogen Heath is a Surface Pattern and Textile Designer based in Brighton and Hove, East Sussex and she very kindly sent me some photographs of her work this week.  She launched her textiles business just a year ago and already her work has been snapped up by The Design…

I Spy – Camilla Meijers, Spring 2012

I am so in awe of Camilla Meijer’s intricate and detailed illustrations.

Camilla was born in Sweden but is now based in London where she set up her brand in 2006.  I can remember being drawn to her amazingly colourful wallpaper designs at 100% Design in 2010 and I’ve been…

I Spy – Zeena Shah

I recently had the pleasure of meeting Zeena on her stand at Home London. Her dazzling smile was hard to resist and so were her designs.

 She graduated from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2007 and has since worked in both the fashion and interiors textile industry and…

I Spy – New Prints from Miss Print……….

100% Design opened today. 
Probably my favourite exhibition of all during The London Design Festival.  So many great new products and some old favourites too.  I’ll be there over the weekend and one of the stands I’ll be visiting is Miss Print who will be launching their new fabric and…