Jonathan Lawes is an artist and printmaker based in southeast London. He creates prints with a distinctive graphic edge, reflecting his love for geometry, shape and pattern. He has a keen eye for nuance and layering, paying close attention to colour and detail. Working in a loose and organic way, abstract compositions are formed and ultimately developed due to his genuine enthusiasm for, and evolution of, the screen printing process. The design of “Haru” bedding comes from a mural he created using large rolls of coloured masking tape. The process he adopted was very similar to screen printing: layering individual colours and shapes on top of one another to create a sense of depth to a flat surface. This was then transferred digitally into the computer, from where he created the repeat pattern.