Surface View Elements
I have been a fan of Surface View for a long time now and we have used them on a few residential projects. The large scale maps they produce are a great talking point in any interior – I’ve currently got my eye on one of their amazing London murals for our office redecoration.
They introduced their Edit series recently which features images across a range of interiors products for the home, including lampshades, cushions and wall charts. Previous series have include vintage images from the V&A collection and images of exploring the world. The latest series Elements has been launched this month and this time they have worked with Texprint and textile designer Sarah Campbell.
Texprint have been supporting the next generation of textile designers currently in art school for over 40 years and helping them connecting with the commercial world. This new Edit series is a great opportunity for some of the graduates to see their design work featured on Surface View products. For a shortlist of 24 designers five were invited to submit work which was then edited by Sarah Campbell.
The wide range of images in this new series can be grouped into three categories – sea, earth and sky. The format varies greatly between abstract images to graphic precise drawings, with florals and images of nature included too. The collection really does contain all the ‘elements’ of life.
You can find all the Elements product range on the Surface view website. I’ve got my eye on the fabulous mural Bushfire Nights shown above by Charlotte Beevor for adding colour to our office – well either this, or that London map mural I’ve always wanted.
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