Stepping into the Print Sisters Hackney-based archive feels like opening the ultimate treasure trove of textile design, carefully curated, reworked and digitised into gorgeous prints for the home.
Sourced from fashion houses over the years, the two have celebrated unique craftsmanship throughout the decades with sustainability at the heart of what they do – which we think is pretty great.
‘Mount Fuji’ and ‘Aztec Deco’ are two lovingly restored digital prints, each loaded with their own historical backstories. Why not discover something new?
Releasing Saturday 22nd October, 11am BST.
The Story Behind…
This rare textile artwork originally created in France has been revived, celebrating the timeless beauty of textile craftsmanship and pattern making from past times. The playful rhythmic scripts capture the Art Deco influences of the late 1920’s.
This French vintage archive print originally created in 1928 has been restored and revived.
Mount Bromo is an active volcano in East Java, Indonesia. The name Bromo derives from the Javanese pronunciation of Brahma, the Hindu creation God.