If you have not read Patternity blog prepare yourself for a dose of serious inspiration. The layout studio developed by photographer/art director Anna Murray with surface/merchandise designer Grace Winteringham records and generates conceptual patterns for the application of print and associated disciplines. They have collaborated with Richard Brendon the British bone china specialist to generate the ‘Patternity Meets Richard Brendon’ collection. This brings together Richards expertise in ceramics and Patternity’s heritage with pattern. The show stopping cup and saucer offers a new consider on the op ar2rk fashion as the mirrored cup distorts striped pattern.
Available in teacups & plates accessible from Richard Brendon & Heals starting at £40.