Shilo Engelbrecht's work with the Centre for Advanced Textiles, Glasgow.
Whizzing along the Kings Road yesterday, I caught a glimpse of Shilo Engelbrecht's digitally printed cushions and wall pieces in Anthropologie's window. The South African artist now lives in Cambridge, but worked with the Centre for Advanced Textiles in Glasgow (issue 03) who transferred her paintings into textiles. The digital printing process captures the subtlety of her painterly abstract images in vibrant colours to good effect. I particularly love her napkins and table linen. If you miss the show at Anthropologie – which closes Wednesday – you can catch her work at Kit Kemp's newest venture, Ham Yard, (issue 55) where her fabric has been used to upholster the interior of the elevator.
The Gallery at Anthropologie, 139 Kings Road London, SW3 4PW, open 10-7 daily.