Madam Studio was set up in 2009 by Marco Ginex (AAdip) and Adam Nathaniel Furman (AAdip hons, AAGrad dip). Both graduated from the Architectural Association, London with the intention of building a platform for exploring the relationship between the traditional craft and new fabrication technologies.
Yellow Fever Fabrics is a small textile company based in Europe and Asia. Our designs are inspired by antique Asian and Oriental motifs to which we incorporate vibrant colours, resulting in a unique pattern. Stay in touch with us as give asian design a whole new meaning.
Once upon a time they met in Eindhoven. It all started with a beer and a friendly conversation. Daniel is a drawer and Alice loved text. “What if we do both, together?”
James Brown email@example.com http://www.generalpattern.net James Brown is an illustrator and printmaker living and working in London. Trained as a textile and surface print designer, James worked in the clothing industry for 10 years producing print designs for numerous brands from Levis to Louis Vuitton. After two years at Hope & Glory menswear James embarking on … Continue reading
Each season Curate40 by Visuallyod identifies a key emerging design trend that will go on to influence the high street in the coming seasons, and curates a selection of new must have products for buyers looking for new directions in their retail offer. For 2010, we are focusing on the ever growing trend of illustration … Continue reading
Thank god for the massive IKEA bags. Without them we might not be able to carry everything…
Now all we need is to goto the studio and pick up the rest of the stuff.
See what’s happening with Curate40. Live updates from Pulse London 2010 from setup – show – to breakdown