A fundamental goal of Print One has been to act as a free platform for designers and studios looking to market and circulate their work. For the first time, independent artists have a marketplace connecting them directly to international customers while maintaining their full creative autonomy, all without any running costs.
Learn more about our contributors and explore their work by clicking on the portals below.
Barry Daniels Studio
Barry Daniels (1931-2010) attended Slade School of Fine Arts in the 1950s and first made his name as an Abstract Expressionist painter before co-founding Danad Design in London. Daniels helped establish Marden Hill as a communal creative home, and began hand painting textile designs from there in the late 1960s. Following his passing in 2010, thousands of original designs were discovered during the sale of Marden Hill. Ros Weaver and Daniels’ son Mark have revisited the archive, curating and digitising this iconic collection again.View the collection
With over 30 years of acclaim as a textile artist, and leading his eponymous design studio throughout, Peter Westcott’s Essential collection needs little introduction. From quirky conversationals to striking abstracts – the diversity of the Essential collection is unmatched. Find their incredible catalogue in the collection below.View the collection
The Gawthorpe textile collection was founded in the early 1910s by Miss Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth (1886- 1967). Miss Rachel was a maker, a teacher, a collector and an activist; and the last family member to live at Gawthorpe Hall. The collection today is one of the most interesting specialist textile collections in the UK and is known to textile specialists worldwide. Pieces range from the highly functional to the finest decorative or ceremonial pieces. Spanning five centuries, covering a broad range of techniques and originating from across the globe, this collection speaks as much about cultural, social and personal histories as it does about textile craft.View the collection
Combining analog and digital techniques, the designers at Guava use markers, gouache, and hand carved stamps to create the elements that are then digitised and modified into bold, fresh and beautiful fashion prints. Inspired by seasonal themes and trends Guava’s signature style revolves around vibrant textures, splattered, distressed, destroyed, scratched abstract artworks, perfect for board shorts and activewear, as well as our florals, ranging from delicate to bold, from ditsy to iconic, from realistic to trippy abstract, from faded and pale to a crazy explosion of colours.View the collection
L’Atelier Du Motif
Parisian print design studio L’Atelier du Motif create pieces for fashion, interiors and stationery. The exclusive prints are made by hand, then we finish them on computer and send digital files with separated layers.View the collection
Layla & Green
Expert textile and print designs from this UK brand whose client roster includes Tom Ford, Roksanda, Alexander McQueen, Sophie Hulme, Mary Katrantzou and Ashish.
With design training pedigree including Chelsea College of Art and Central Saint Martins, L&G’s hand drawn, painterly, computer manipulated, photographic and collaged prints are brimming with confidence and clarity.
Louise Coleman is a London based designer renowned for her intricate hand illustrated prints and signature silk kimonos. Influenced by wildlife, fairytales and folklore, Louise uses a combination of meticulously hand rendered illustrations and paintings to create print designs that are opulent and feminine with a magical, surreal twist.View the collection
Canadian design studio Pomp & Sass produces exclusive prints for interiors and stationary. A portion of every sale is donated to charity.View the collection
London designer REB’s strong visuals and bold colours exemplify the zeitgeist as expressed by the latest catwalks from D&G and Gucci. Fiercely original and unapologetic, REB’s work is hot property for fashion brands across Europe.View the collection
Aditi Sane Wise is a contemporary Print designer who offers fresh and commercial print designs.Her design aesthetic is a balance of traditional and trend driven, modern design technique that involves combining hand drawn illustration with digital finishes.
Aditi was born and brought up in Mumbai-India. Living in such a colourful country with thousands of different cultures, traditions, religions has definitely had an deep impact on her style. It shows mainly in her use of colour for her designs.
She was a textile design graduate when she arrived to London to get a different perspective on design industry and was absolutely taken away with the art in London.She graduated from ‘London College of Fashion’ with a BA (Hons) in Womenswear Design. Aditi was one of the few shortlisted designers to represent ‘LCF’ in ‘Nina De Yorke’ Illustration award 2013 and British fashion council competition 2013.
Aditi is based in London and having studied and gained experience in design for 6 years in different areas of specialisations; She acquires and delivers high quality of craftsmanship in her prints.She believes updating and learning new techniques is a very important aspect in the creative industry.View the collection
London based ttyl produces commercial prints for the left-of-centre market. Layering the softest imagery over hard edges, or finding symmetry in a sheet of ice, ttyl is an assimilation of context in print design.View the collection
Westcott & Heney is a leading UK design house, creating inspirational mix of traditional techniques with modern trends. With a history of designing incredible wallpapers, recent collections seamlessly embrace surface art across fashion, home and interiors.View the collection