Screen printed statement panel using bright pigment colours on linen.
Screen printed repeat length on linen: suitable for upholstery.
Close up of a digitally printed statement panel using bright and unexpected colours.
Screen print on bark weave.
Undulating Forest Floor
Repeat digital design.
Ikat inspired repeat digital design.
Coordinate screen printed design on silk linen and cotton showcasing the intricacies of the rock surface.
Snapshot of the Landscape
Statement cushion design.
Chloe is a printed textiles graduate adopting an illustrative style with a strong affiliation to colour. Her design inspiration takes many forms, ranging from decorative archives to the beauty found within the mundane.
'Swedish Escape' is an exuberant interior collection that dances the line between fantasy and reality. Bringing the outdoors into the home, enchanting scenes from the Swedish landscape are celebrated in colours undetectable to a camera lens. The ‘tree’ acts as a central focus; dating back to early Scandinavian mythology and symbolising life. Other elements of Swedish folk art have been re-imagined in a dynamic mix of bold brushstrokes, textures and unique patterns. The prints exude a sense of tranquillity in a world that struggles to disconnect from technology and reconnect with the magnificence and simplicity of nature. A combination of screen print and digital outcomes on varying fabric weights showcase interesting repeat structures, whilst signature statements provide a fresh and modern Scandinavian interior accent. Following a placement year working at five different companies, Chloe intends to expand upon her skills attained throughout her degree in a print designer role.
Standfast and Barracks Commendation (2019) Fabrics exhibited with Loughborough University at Premiere Vision (2017, 2019) Designs sold internationally for H&M (2018)
September 2017 - August 2018
H&M (September - December 2017) Bay and Brown (January - February 2018) Designers Guild (March 2018) Dunelm (April - June 2018) Timorous Beasties (August 2018)