The pair have drawn inspiration from both the past and innovation occurring in the industry today, successfully creating a new language in carpets. Through applying technical digital developments to the formal structure of antique carpets they have created a collection which is painterly, playful and contemporary, something that has never been done before. ‘Watercolours’ is a new spin on the traditional, an abstract version of the conventional that although contemporary could be antique.
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