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Kate Farley


My research practice of drawings and limited edition prints inspire surface patterns for application across fashion, interior and architectural contexts. With a modernist graphic aesthetic the quality of materials and design are of primary consideration. All products are made in England.

LATEST NEWS: Autumn 2016
What a busy few months?! This Autumn sees the launch of my new pattern collection 'threads' at London Design Fair (Hall T1 stand G18) from the 22nd - 25th September. The patterns have been inspired by woven threads and traditional pattern construction but given a modernist twist having been developed from a new series of works on paper including printmaking, embossing and construction. The patterns are featured on various surfaces, and I'm delighted to be sharing a new industry collaboration resulting in fabulous new products…

My interest in bespoke pattern continues and more commissions have kept me out of mischief. I'm really proud of the 'Rhythms' patterns for the Barbican, London, with products featuring my artwork launching later in the Autumn, including tea towels, bags, mugs and a limited edition screen print. The designs have been inspired by the Brutalist architecture as well as the role the centre plays in hosting musical performances. You can read a blog post about the project here.

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You can see more of my work at In The Window featuring 'Threads' as well as the 'Plot to Plate' and 'Construct' collections.