Pude med print i sennepsgul 100% lin 72 x 44
Excludes Inner - Suggested inner: 75cm x 45cm Feather and Down
COMMEMORATED LITHOGRAPHS In this new range of designs, which originated from evocative lithograph stamps found in the archives of SANBI, we celebrate the historic print process invented by Bavarian author Aloys Senefelder in 1796. The visuals we discovered were used in the early 1930’s by the iconic farming magazine, Landbou Weekblad from South Africa. Until today this magazine provides farmers in our country with valuable information regarding agricultural practices. These metal plated wooden blocks were donated to the museum in the late 1950’s. After the discovery of these valued pieces of history, photographs were taken by our team and enhanced to reveal moss and winter leaf colours.
THE START OF EVOLUTION
Evolving from a fulfilling career in fashion retail and development spanning 22 years,Amanda du Plessis our founder ventured into developing a collection of Homeware in May 2010 at the prestigious Rooms on View in Johannesburg. The founder Sumari Krige selected the first collection to be represented in the South African house section. Evolution launched a collection of jacquard fabrics, school chairs with painted local narratives, knitted throws, cushions, pouffes, and large format digitally printed panels. All inspired by Amanda's family history- starting the desire of developing products with local narratives.