"The 1973 Print" by Amelia Graham
Textile designer Amelia Graham lives in London with her husband and two small sons. Her work crosses the fields of fashion, art, and interiors and shows her deep interest in geometrics and arithmetic that led to the launch of her label in 2014. A graduate of Chelsea College of Art and Design, her prints now grace the catwalks of ready-to-wear designers and high street fashion labels and adorn the interiors of boutique hotels and private clients. Free and measured rhythms, nods to brutalist architecture, African textiles and post-modernism, encapsulated in signature prints on fabric, cushions, scarves and now new also on bedding for ZigZagZurich.
"Venn" by Sarah Parke & Mark Barrow
Mark Barrow & Sarah Parke first collaborated in 2008 with a painting exhibited in Barrow's first solo exhibition at White Columns in New York. Parke then began weaving the fabric for all of Barrow's subsequent paintings. As the textiles became increasingly complex and as weaving's logic became the conceptual framework that linked their diverse interests, it became harder to differentiate where one or the other's ideas began or ended. They live and work in Queens, New York. "Venn" is a translation of their artistic method into digital printing. Only magenta, yellow and blue were used in print. Depending on the placement of the dots stunning optical color mixtures are created.
"Monday" by Sarah Parke & Mark Barrow
"Interferences" by Laura Knoops
Laura Knoops is a French-Belgian designer, working and experimenting in all visual areas, mainly graphic design and video. She pushes the boundaries of visual fields by mixing techniques and mediums. Graduated in 2012 with a degree in Graphic design at the ESAAT (Roubaix, FR), she studied at the ESAA Duperré and the ESAIG Estienne in Paris. After a semester abroad in Fashion and branding at the AMFI in Amsterdam, she got her graphic education and training in Berlin within the wonderful studio BANK™.