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Bethan Laura Wood

           “For me, coding and nature fit together quite easily. I see the digital as a tool to explore visual complexity.” — Erwan Bouroullec

Feature 3 image Portrait by Mark Cocksedge

           “For me, coding and nature fit together quite easily. I see the digital as a tool to explore visual complexity.” — Erwan Bouroullec

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Bethan Laura Wood is known for her innovative and playful approach to design.

           After completing an MA in Design Products at the Royal College of Art in 2009, British artist and designer Bethan Laura Wood began exploring the relationships we make with objects in our everyday lives. A pioneer of innovative objects, her distinctive visual lexicon is characterized by bold colour and experimental forms.

           She has collaborated with a wide range of clients and companies, including Valextra, Kvadrat, CC-Tapis, Tolix Peter Pilotto, Hermès and Dior. Her innovative approach has earned her widespread recognition and her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Swiss Institute New York; Daelim Museum, Seoul; Museum of Contemporary Art, MOT, Tokyo; ICA London and the Design Museum, London.

           Bethan’s ‘Crestata’ print series brings a new medium to our range. Her fascination with bold colours and unique materials characterises this work. Inspired by a love of houseplants, she depicts small crestata succulents. During lockdown, Wood took to drawing her collection of crestata. The captivating shapes and movement transformed into colourful ink drawings. Now, they are produced as exclusive, limited edition prints that conjure magical living calligraphy.

           The intimacy of everyday life and the passing of time all play into these works, along with influences from Japanese woodcuts and the illustrations of British Aestheticist Aubrey Beardsley. Working mainly with warm hues, Bethan achieves a sensory quality through the method of lino printing and the texture is enhanced by the use of delicate Japanese Takeo Tela paper.

Artist and designer Ronan Bouroullec is a powerhouse of design. Notable for his architectural interventions, experimental objects and colourful abstract forms. His work is held in coveted permanent collections and he has collaborated with iconic brands such as Vitra, Hay, Flos, and Kvadrat.
World renowned artist, designer and tech subverter Erwan Bouroullec's work bridges both art and design. His diverse practice explores coding and computer algorithms to create unique digital drawings. His collaborative designs have seen him work with brands such as Vitra, Established & Sons and Kvadrat.
Brothers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec live and work in Paris. Their oeuvre ranges from small everyday objects to architectural projects, furniture and drawings. For over two decades, the acclaimed duo have co-created iconic designs for major brands and their work is held in some of the world’s most coveted permanent collections.
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Working in the boundaries between art, decoration and design, Jaime Hayon's creations for are full of optimism and show his limitless imagination. ⁠His work can be seen in public spaces and as part of leading hotels worldwide, as well as making creations with brands such as Zara, Swarovski, Cartier, &Tradition and Cassina.
Renowned artist, writer and publisher, Canadian-born Leanne Shapton is now based in NYC. She is Art Editor of The New York Review of Books, and her illustrations have previously explored themes, such as swimming pools, women’s fashion, and floral forms.
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Bold and witty, Richard Woods' work is instantly identifiable. The British artist first gained recognition in the 1990s and is known for creating remarkable installations and sculptures that mimic the aesthetics of traditional architecture.
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British designer Bethan Laura Wood's colourful approach has seen her work with a wide range of companies, including Valextra, Kvadrat, CC-Tapis and Dior. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Swiss Institute, Contemporary Art, MOT, Tokyo and the Design Museum, London.
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A self-confessed textile nerd, Dutch creative Bertjan Pot is well known for his ropemasks, lighting, baskets, and rugs which reflect his experimental techniques. His colourful signature style has seen him collaborate with iconic brands such as Cassina, Febrik, Moooi and Nike.