Whilst studying English literature B.D. Graft (Germany, 1988) discovered that making art was the ideal way to calm his nerves and create his own world; a practice that became somewhat of an obsession and, eventually, a profession. The therapeutic nature of using simple content, colour and composition to reflect every day life, often in a humorous way, is what B.D. Graft seeks to transfer to the observer. He doesn't want to give too much away, however – the spectator's meaning is just as important as his own. “Casso” bedding is inspired by Picasso paintings, abstract shapes and by the collage technique. “For the abstract collage, I used books featuring the works of Pablo Picasso; a big inspiration of mine. I cut out different shapes and colours and used these to create the abstract composition seen on the bedding. Similar to modern music producers sampling and remixing their inspirations, I've done so as well using paper collages.” – B.D Graft.