The screen printing of 'Metamorphosis' linen union fabric
April 14, 20211 min read
Inside the factory...
Using a linen union fabric woven in Scotland, our fantastical 'Metamorphosis' fabric was screen printed in a heritage textile mill in Cumbria in the North of England.
Designed in collaboration with artist Kirsty Greenwood, 'Metamorphosis' features metallic gold comets, mysterious faces and strange creatures amidst green tendrils.
The fabric creates a real statement, giving a quirky twist to both neutral schemes and rooms with dark walls, and is suitable for curtains, blinds and upholstery.
About The Monkey Puzzle Tree
From rich velvets to a real cork wallpaper, The Monkey Puzzle Tree collaborates with artists to create truly unique fabrics, wallpapers and homewares with a twist and a conscience.
Founded by Charlotte Raffo in 2017, the business pays a 20%royalty to their artists to help provide them with a passive income, and the unique designs are manufactured in the North of England, supporting traditional industries and maintaining high environmental standards.
Awarded ‘Highly Commended’ for Best British Product Design in the Brit List Awards 2020, Finalist in the Northern Design Awards 2020.
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