Designed in San Francisco, and cut, screened and sewn in Oakland, Studiopatró was born and raised in northern California. It’s a collaboration of local designers, artists, sewers and friends and their designs are really beautiful. The humble tea towel has become an unlikely canvas for all kinds of creative people, and these are outstanding. I think Christine Weber and company should advance straight to home textiles-- can't you see upholstery here-- curtains, blankets, etc. I actually think these are too nice and too graphically exciting to be tea towels-- I might not ever use them. I want these on pillows, sheets, etc. Beautiful.
Friday, October 16
Labels: textile design