I’ve been very busy these last few months working on a collaboration with the Southbank Centre. They’re running a scheme called Boost, in partnership with the Observer and with the support of Cockpit Arts. They’re working with 6 new designers including myself to launch a product or range of products that will be sold in their very cool design shop from October 2012.
I’ve spent the Summer working on an exciting new range, which I hope you’ll love, and working with the experts who have kindly volunteered their time to support the scheme- Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire from MiniModerns, Helen Johannessen of YoYo Ceramics, Rebecca Chitty of Product Of Your Environment, Michelle Mason, Ellen O’ Hara of Cockpit Arts and several others, which has been great.
Profiles of all the designers, along with our progress and products can soon be found on award winning design blog Confessions of a Design Geek.
I’ll post some photo’s soon and keep you updated with all the news.
I really love this Pet Sounds wallpaper from Mini Moderns ☟
And this cake stand by Michelle Mason makes afternoon tea time extra special ☟
My new website has also been launched, what do you think? www.chloeowens.com