The collection ‘Scandi Flora’ explores form, shape, pattern and design styles, through painting and drawing from online glossaries of Scandinavian flowers.
The collection has two sub collections, one for domestic bedroom settings and a kitchen fabric/dinnerware collection, aimed at companies such as Graham and Brown and House of Hackney.
Using a range of illustrative starting points, Scandi Flora features a large collection of flowers and plants native to Scandinavia. Gouache and fine liners were applied as a base for initial drawings and paintings, the artwork was formed by creating large painted compositions and drawn floral bouquets.
Collections have been inspired by a broad range of designers including Natasha Coverdale, Josef Frank and Sarah Gordon for their painterly styles and print qualities.
Pigment screen printing made up a large proportion of the sampling process, with a final piece being a two-metre registered printed fabric drop.
Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and AVA were used to create all designs.