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Catherine Hammerton

Hand-printed paper, stitched with lace and paper birds

Catherine Hammerton is a London-based designer-maker, her work is defined by its handmade aesthetic, utilising traditional silk screen printing and hand embroidery combined with cutting edge digital technology. Inspired by a myriad of sources, Catherine's work explores her intuitive appreciation and approach to colour, texture and finish.

Fly Away
Hand-printed vintage wallpaper, cut with bird silhouettes

Good news for fans of Catherine's aesthetics, she will be launching her first "ready to wear" range of wallpaper at the Maison et Objet in January 2008. The new range will be available at a fraction of the cost of her bespoke collection! Stay tuned for updates of this collection at our mein™ design blog!

[images and text provided by Catherine Hammerton. Thank you Catherine!]


Malin said...

she is an amazing artist check out my blog I am just now writing ab out wallpapers

Aldo said...

It’s very lovely. I really love her art work especially the Fly Away. Her work is amazing and it’s very very beautiful.

Alvaro said...

I always think that painting or printing should be colorful to deliver the attractiveness. But Fly Away completely deconstructs my thought. I really like it.

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