UK designer Camille Walala creates tribal pop prints in ludicrous colours. Her prints find homes on textiles, ceramics, furniture and more. I'm digging her Tribalala series of prints and cushions, inspired by Ndebele wall paintings.
Images via Darkroom, where you can purchase Camille's prints and cushions.
- Dispatches from WOW 2012: Digital Tapestries – The tradition of women telling stories and communicating through the arts has gone digital. From 19th century Ndebele women using wall paintings to spread subversive messages to 21st century women around the world using social media!
- Inspired by designer & illustrator Tabitha Bianca Brown
- Fusion Deli, Adorned – an art print project
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