A collaboration with Diabla, an outdoor furniture and accessories brand affiliated with Spanish brand Gandia Blasco.
Taking inspiration from a series of one-off screen prints, the designs were digitalised and printed onto table top surfaces for the ‘Mona Collection’. The designs were released in April 2019 at Salone del Mobile, an interior design & furniture fair in Milan.
Short feature film in association with COS about my professional practice as a silkscreen printer.
The film will be shown alongside a collection of new exclusive prints for COS at their Coal Drops Yard store, London, from July 2019 onwards
A selection of large scale hand screenprinted monoprints. Due to the uniqueness of this printing technique, it creates a certain spontaneity of printed inks and paper.
Working in a loose, organic way, the compositions were created randomly over time, printing numerous forms and colours on top of one another. This creates a subtle layering effect, adding a sense of depth to a normally flat surface.
HARU stuck-on design
A collection of digitally printed wallcoverings for interior contract specialists Tektura. Adopting a strong graphic style, the designs work with bold geometric forms, minimalistic colour palettes and layering effects.
The series of photos were taken at Sonsoles Print Studio in Peckham, south London. The idea was create a more in-depth and personal view into not only my finished work, but the practice itself and manual labour involved in the printing process.
A collection of bold, geometric digital designs for JUNIQE, a modern lifestyle brand based in Berlin.
A wide selection of products are available including curated wall art, home accessories, stationery, and gifts.
Series of photos taken by Carlos Meyer at Stattlab e.V. - an open access analogue photography and screen print studio in Wedding, Berlin.
The photos were taken during my time as a member there between October 2017 and July 2018, focussing predominantly on the specifics of the silkscreen process.
Print on Print
A selection of unique handprinted monoprints. Working in a very loose and organic way, the compositions are created randomly by printing numerous layers and different colours on top of one another. This creates a very subtle effect, masking some areas off while revealing flashes of colour in others.