Who We Are...
We are a design studio with ever-evolving textile and product lines. Our business maintains a proprietary showroom + studio in New York City and Los Angeles, respectively.
Our aim is to research and develop fresh ideas for print and product design. We often find inspiration situated between the history of art, the decorative arts, and modern manufacturing methods...
We love to collaborate with visual and performing artists. Past projects include scarves for the Met Opera's production of Philip Glass's 'Akhnaten', costumes for Silas and Rashaun's 'Desire Lines', and a very special suite of wallpapers for Justin Vivian Bond's monumental body of work 'My Model: Myself', which now resides in the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Our signature line of printed wallpapers and fabrics, as well as our woven textiles, are available for purchase through showrooms globally, and have graced the homes of designers and magazines worldwide.
Our products have been featured repeatedly in Kips Bay New York City, Dallas, and Palm Beach, as well as Salone del Mobile in Milan and Deco-Off in Paris.
In addition to our signature line, we develop new print collections for wallpaper and fabric with vibrant brands/designers through our in-house collaborative collection arm (for example, Martinique® Celebration with CW Stockwell's iconic banana leaf).
We've also been known to develop bodies of work (prints for wallpaper/fabric, apparel/accessories, and brand identity) with hospitality firms, large and small, for hotels and public spaces (for example, our psychedelic marbling for the iconic Hotel St. Vincent in New Orleans).
Our studio also develops exclusive print partnerships for brands courtesy our licensing arm. Past partnerships span ready-to-wear, home goods, and luxury/limited-edition collectibles (for example, CB2, and Brandon Maxwell, featured here).
Our business supports the #blacklivesmatter movement, the ACLU, and Color of Change through donation. We also contribute to the LGBTQIA+ centers in Los Angeles and New York City, and donate a portion of profits of the Trans Power Toile collection to the Hetrick Martin Institute in New York City.