Amelia Graham 1972 Print

Linens & Bedding by Amelia Graham, in Mama RuisaSanta Teresa, Brazil

Linens & Bedding by Amelia Graham seen at Mama Ruisa, Santa Teresa - Amelia Graham 1972 Print
Linens & Bedding by Amelia Graham seen at Mama Ruisa, Santa Teresa - Amelia Graham 1972 PrintLinens & Bedding by Amelia Graham seen at Mama Ruisa, Santa Teresa - Amelia Graham 1972 PrintLinens & Bedding by Amelia Graham seen at Mama Ruisa, Santa Teresa - Amelia Graham 1972 Print
This mid-century furniture designed by Geraldo de Barros reupholstered in the Amelia Graham 1972 Print. Reimagined by the talented Jean Ruis.

Meet the Creator

"Textile Designer Amelia works cross-discipline in the fields of fashion, art, and interiors
Interest in her geometric and arithmetic work led to the launch of her eponymous line in 2014: free and measured rhythms, nods to brutalist architecture, African textiles and post-modernism, encapsulated in signature prints on fabric, art prints and scarves.

Alongside Amelia Graham London products, Amelia also work on commission for Women and Menswear Clients, interior and commercial designers; recent projects include beauty packaging design, Resort and Swimwear, store window design, and contract furnishings.

A graduate of Chelsea College of Art and Design, Amelia spent a decade designing womenswear print in London before moving to Paris, freelancing for brands like Paul&Joe and Topshop, and Calvin Klein.

Returning to London in 2012, she began working in other domains, designing a rug for the W hotel, department store window graphics in Amsterdam, and interior prints for private clients under her own name.

Commissions for international hotels, globally renowned fashion labels and high profile collaborations with product, interior and retail environment designers, and embroiderers, have allowed her to put this theory into practice.

Amelia's collaboration with embroiderer Ellie MacDonald, "EvA" resulted in bespoke textile art pieces for high-end commercial and private clients across the world. Their latest commission of digitally rendered botanical and geological prints free-hand, embroidered on a Singer sewing machine are currently hung on the walls of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore.

Amelia is available for commission or you can explore her archive of prints for exclusive purchase here

Amelia lives in London with her husband and two small sons"

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