Clayton Junior

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Clayton Junior signed rug
HAND KNOTTED. FAIR TRADE. NON PROFIT
Edition of 10
1.75 x 1.15 metres
£950 incl worldwide shipping
Available to buy at the DESIGN MUSEUM SHOP

100% profits from each rug goes to our fair trade project
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Clayton is an artist who sees the world in strong colours and bold shapes, transitioning naturally between the single image and the graphic story, the quiet craft of printmaking and the collective efforts of animation.

A Brazilian artist living in London, he combines his taste for modernism with a familiar tropical vibrancy to create his original and inspiring ideas.
His work has been widely published internationally including animation for MTV Brazil, illustration for business focused publications in Russia and the New Yorker, and as comic and graphic reportages published in USA, Slovenia, UK and Italy.
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Chamo

Chamo signed rug
HAND KNOTTED. FAIR TRADE. NON PROFIT
Edition of 10
1.75 x 1.15 metres
£950 incl worldwide shipping
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100% profits from each rug goes to our fair trade project
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Chamo studied textiles and illustration at the Duperre School of Applied Arts in Paris. Following this, she studied visual communication at the Kunsthochschule-Berlin Weissensee.

In 2005 Chamo returned to Paris where she dedicated herself to illustration, gaining representation by the agency Illustrissimo.
She produces CD covers and sleeve notes, posters for plays and concerts, event flyers and a range of illustrations published in the French and international press including Magazines for children at Bayard, Milan Press, Los Angeles Magazine, Glow and Nobrow.
Chamo also produces children’s books, notably ‘ABC des signes’, an alphabet book of sign-language, which has been published by Parisian based Thierry Magnier and ‘Bon anniversaire Princesse’, a pop-up book published by Gallimard.
In 2006, Chamo created L’Articho, an association dedicated to drawing and illustration which she co-manages. L’Articho aims to create events such as exhibitions, publications and markets focused on illustration. L’Articho also publishes a biennial magazine, Les Cahiers de L’Articho.
 
 
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Benji Davies

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Benji Davies signed rug
HAND KNOTTED. FAIR TRADE. NON PROFIT
Edition of 10
1.75 x 1.15 metres
£950 incl worldwide shipping
Available to buy at the DESIGN MUSEUM SHOP

 

100% profits from each rug goes to our fair trade project
Watch our video here 

Benji Davies is a children’s book illustrator living and working in Hackney.
He has illustrated over twenty books and his work has been published around the world. Alongside this he has been known to moonlight as an animation director, making music promos and adverts, and has had several short films commissioned by Channel 4.
His debut as picture book author, The Storm Whale, is due in August 2013.
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Beatrice Alemagna

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Beatrice Alemagna signed rug
HAND KNOTTED. FAIR TRADE. NON PROFIT
Edition of 10
1.75 x 1.15 metres
£950 incl worldwide shipping
Available to buy at the DESIGN MUSEUM SHOP

100% profits from each rug goes to our fair trade project
Watch our video here 

 

Beatrice Alemagna was born in Bologna, Italy, 1973.
She is an author and illustrator of children’s books. In 1996 she was awarded her first major accolade, winning first prize in the worldwide illustration competition “Figures Futur” (Paris-France). In 1998 she began working with the Centre Pompidou as a poster artist which continued until 2010.
During the last decade she has received several notable mentions and awards, including:
Attention talent-FNAC, Prix Octogones, Illustrated Book Prize -Rueil, Prix Baobab du salon du livre Montreuil (twice selected), Book Prize Taipei (Taiwan, 2006), Bologna Ragazzi Award (2007) (Special mention) and Prix Andersen Italy (2010).
Alemagna has produced twenty French books, which have also been translated into 13 different languages. She has had solo exhibitions in a wide selection of galleries in France and has also shown in Italy, Portugal and Japan.
In 2009 she created a character for the national Italian newspaper
“L’Unità” (Piccoletta). In 2010 she became the Director of Ramino, a small collection of picture books for Musées Nationaux de France. In 2012 she began two high profile collaborations; the first with French toy manufacturer Djeco and the second with homeware supplier Elica, where Beatrice has designed a range of plates.
Her books in English are currently published by Phaidon.
 
 

 

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Geoff McFetridge

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Geoff McFetridge signed rug
HAND KNOTTED. FAIR TRADE. NON PROFIT
Edition of 10
1.75 x 1.15 metres 

£950 incl worldwide shipping
Available to buy at the
DESIGN MUSEUM SHOP

 

100% profits from each rug goes to our fair trade project
Watch our video here 

Geoff McFetridge is an artist based in Los Angeles, California. Born in Canada, he was schooled at the Alberta College of Art and the Graduate Design Program at the California Institute of the Arts. Known mainly for his work as a graphic designer, he instinctively ignores creative boundaries. His work speaks with a “graphic-ness” that is the fulcrum for a diverse art practice. Public language is his personal language. His drawings, prints, patterns and paintings present themselves as both familiar and new. The imagery is refined to a point of anonymous functionality. His work is anti-experimental, attempting to pass as part of our visual lexicon. His works are impostors; invented images meant to appear found. His relationship with popular culture is one of participation. His works are the guest of a friend of a friend at your dinner party; a new letter quietly slipped into the alphabet.

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