ONE-OF-A-KIND WATERCOLOR DESIGNS
From artistic technique and format to patterns and colors, a detailed dialogue takes place with our watercolor artist when we design a one-of-a-kind product – and this is how our production process begins.
Next, we create prototypes to test the product’s dimensions and materials as well as the placement of any add-ons.
Then the creative phase begins, involving a sheet of paper spread over the drawing board to find the right composition and layout to lets subtle shades of color come shining through until the piece is complete.
WATER-BASED INKS ON NATURAL MATERIALS
Some designs are set aside, while successful watercolor paintings are kept and cropped to bring out the best features. These are then printed using water-based inks on natural materials, such as cotton, linen and leather.
The last step is product preparation, a thorough and meticulous process, which involves cutting and putting the fabrics together as well as finalizing any finishing touches.