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New Josef Frank interpretations offered by international textile talents

New Josef Frank interpretations offered by international textile talents

Press releases   •   Feb 05, 2018 09:00 GMT

A new world of prints with influences from Asia, Europe and North America is taking shape as Svenskt Tenn has invited international design students to create contemporary interpretations of classic Josef Frank prints. Three of resulting designs are now added to Svenskt Tenn's regular range of fabrics and textile interior products.

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Picture from the exhibiton Historical and Contemporary design, at Svenskt Tenn in Stockholm, Sweden

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Charlotte Fairless – Cucumber

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Charlotte Fairless from Rhode Island School of Design in Providence created "Cucumber", inspired by Josef Frank's classic "Aramal" print.

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Sam Wilde – "Quandary Quagmire"

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Sam Wilde from the Royal College of Art in London, created "Quandary Quagmire", inspired by Josef Frank's classic "Monster carpet".

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