Kaleidoscope

£ 95.00£ 140.00 per metre

Kaleidoscope, created exclusively for Saison International, is typical of Paul Morrison’s meticulous black and white style in which he appropriates historical imagery depicting an abundance of both wild and horticultural flora to produce familiar yet ambiguous botanical scenes. Playing with the idea of the repeat, emphatic shifts in scale and pictorial language further underscores the enigmatic mood.

Paul Morrison

Paul Morrison (b.1966, Liverpool, UK) is a contemporary British painter best known for his uncanny black and white floral paintings and prints. Using found imagery from botanical, cartoon, film and art historical sources, Morrison manipulates and edits the appropriated images producing powerfully disquieting scenes that often reference landscape painting. Emphatic shifts in scale and pictorial language underscore the unsettling mood in his work which ranges from paintings and prints to films and vast site-specific wall paintings.

Product Information

1-colour screen print on 100% cotton and 100% linen base cloth.

Contact for bespoke options.

Printed width: 135cm
Repeat horizontal: 67.5cm
Repeat vertical: 62cm

Uses

Our plain weave cotton 195 is suitable for bags, cushion covers and lined/unlined curtains as well as basic clothing patterns such as shift dresses and cropped trousers (if you want to cut on the bias please take note of the suitability of the pattern’s orientation).

Our heavier weight linen 315 is suitable for accessories and all home furnishings including curtains and upholstery. The rub count is >18,000, meaning it is suitable for general domestic use including everyday use on household furniture. 

If you are unsure which fabric to choose then do not hesitate to contact customer service for advice.

Cotton 195Belgian Linen 315
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Kaleidoscope, Paul Morrison
Kaleidoscope, Paul Morrison
Kaleidoscope, Paul Morrison
Kaleidoscope, Paul Morrison
Kaleidoscope, Paul Morrison
Kaleidoscope, Paul Morrison

Paul Morrison

Paul Morrison (b.1966, Liverpool, UK) is a contemporary British painter best known for his uncanny black and white floral paintings and prints. Using found imagery from botanical, cartoon, film and art historical sources, Morrison manipulates and edits the appropriated images producing powerfully disquieting scenes that often reference landscape painting. Emphatic shifts in scale and pictorial language underscore the unsettling mood in his work which ranges from paintings and prints to films and vast site-specific wall paintings.

Product Information

1-colour screen print on 100% cotton and 100% linen base cloth.

Contact for bespoke options.

Printed width: 135cm
Repeat horizontal: 67.5cm
Repeat vertical: 62cm

Uses

Our plain weave cotton 195 is suitable for bags, cushion covers and lined/unlined curtains as well as basic clothing patterns such as shift dresses and cropped trousers (if you want to cut on the bias please take note of the suitability of the pattern’s orientation).

Our heavier weight linen 315 is suitable for accessories and all home furnishings including curtains and upholstery. The rub count is >18,000, meaning it is suitable for general domestic use including everyday use on household furniture. 

If you are unsure which fabric to choose then do not hesitate to contact customer service for advice.

Kaleidoscope, created exclusively for Saison International, is typical of Paul Morrison’s meticulous black and white style in which he appropriates historical imagery depicting an abundance of both wild and horticultural flora to produce familiar yet ambiguous botanical scenes. Playing with the idea of the repeat, emphatic shifts in scale and pictorial language further underscores the enigmatic mood.

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