Over the last few months, we have been working on a number of different one-off projects. One of my favourites of these has been the bespoke blanket we have woven for Inventory Magazine. Here are a couple of quick shots I took in the studio before packing them up to ship out.
It was a very rewarding project and Owen at Inventory was great to work with. I am really pleased with the outcome - a lovely chunky deep blue blanket - perfect for those Canadian winters.
The magazine is a great read - with really interesting pieces exploring the process behind the featured work. In their own words:
"Inventory was created as an extension of the culture and lifestyle we're a part of. We value products and clothing for more than just their appearance, admiring how they're made, by whom, and why."
The images for the article about the blanket were taken by James Pearson-Howes - I hope to post a few of these in the coming weeks.
Inventory are doing a 'store within a store' at Vitsoe in New York from the 3rd - 10th November, so if you are in that neck of the woods do pop along. Or, if you are in London or Tokyo, they have a concession store at the Dover Street Market.