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Award for Excellence in: Homeware & Accessory Design - the UK - Luxlife Magazine

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Thank you Lux Life Magazine Leading Designers Awards for our Award for Excellence in:  Homeware & Accessory Design for our 'My Country' Aboriginal interiors collection.  

"The 2018 Leading Designers Awards have been designed to recognise the companies, teams and individuals who are excelling in this ever-growing industry – those who set the highest standards by pushing creative boundaries within the industry of architecture and interior design." Lux Life Magazine

We'd also like to thank the hugely talented artists whose paintings we choose and transform into interiors products.

 

 

 

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Surface Design 2018

We're off to Surface Design at the Business Design Centre in Islington today.  We have three new wallpapers under development so will be meeting with various collaborators at the show to discuss these and other exciting plans we have.  It's always good to see developments in the surfacing world and where our new products might find their place market.  Wish list is to work with Kit Kemp of Firmdale Hotels who, among others has worked with A Rum Fellow who we admire greatly.

Below you can see a sneak preview of our 'My Country - Yellow' available soon.  

Joycie Pitjara Morton painting, selected on a trip to Australia a year ago, translated into a stunning wallpaper.  Joycie will receive money for the sale of each roll her designs appear on.

Joycie Pitjara Morton painting, selected on a trip to Australia a year ago, translated into a stunning wallpaper.  Joycie will receive money for the sale of each roll her designs appear on.

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Papunya: taking Aboriginal Desert dot designs to the world

Papunya Tula is the legendary site where the contemporary Aboriginal art movement bloomed becoming famous for its Western Desert dot art.  

Amongst the different displaced Western Desert people's brought to Papunya Tula (Tula meaning small hill where a Honey ant dreaming sits) were Tommy Watson, Clifford Possum and Ningura Napurrula, each of whom went on to become wildly successful international artists.  

The original company now operates from Alice Springs but we paid a visit to the existing art centre and found some of the sacred iconography depicted in the early works honoured while developing new interpretations of their ancient Dreamtime stories.

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We had to keep a respectful distance while photographing the artists.  Close up the paintings were breathtaking.  Below is the landscape around the art centre.

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My Country: living stories

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   My Country, Wallpaper PINK depicts the land in the dry season, when only the hardiest bushes & established trees are still visible.

My Country, Wallpaper PINK depicts the land in the dry season, when only the hardiest bushes & established trees are still visible.

"This is my country. I paint because I enjoy painting. My Mother, Edie Holmes let us paint with her when we where young and now we paint all the time. We still paint and talk together in a family group with our kids." 

As Alana Ngwarraye paints, children and extended family gather and tell stories. Having learnt the skill from her mother, her painting now supports her four children.

Bay Gallery Home's  My Country  Wallpaper, PINK : stylish enough to feature in VOGUE!

Bay Gallery Home's My Country Wallpaper, PINK : stylish enough to feature in VOGUE!