Category: Collections

Riviera Dark Blue Yellow Levant

Seaworthy Collection Inspiration by Sibella Court

Inspired by the seasonal pilgrimage of French & American creatives of the 1920s, the Seaworthy collection embodies patterns drawn from my textile & object library that evoke the textures, charm & tales of sunny, leisurely expeditions to the Côte d’Azur. The warm East wind, Le Levant, signalled the end of winter as the writers, artists, … continue reading

NEW DESIGNER: Illustrator & Biologist Kelly Kratzing

This week we got to welcome our newest designer to the Materialised family, Kelly Kratzing illustrator and biologist. Kelly’s signature style is inspired by her love of the natural world, in particular showcasing the Australian fauna and flora.   Her latest collection with Materialised features 4 beautiful designs; King Protea, Eucalyptus Bud, Stormy Skies and Stripes. … continue reading

Miranda Brown Flat Lay Banner

Miranda Brown – The Launch of Our First New Zealand Artist

New Zealand artist and designer, Miranda Brown, is redefining new models of what it means to be a visual creative in the 21st Century. Her new commercial, high-performance fabric, wall covering and art collection offers a cultural narrative of our time with her nature-based illustrations and design work. The Artist “Essentially my art and design … continue reading

Shibori – The Place of Zen

The Place of Zen is the brand new collection brought to you by the fabulous duo, Pepa Martin & Karen Davis from Shibori. What exactly is Shibori? Shibori is a Japanese resist dyeing technique dating back to approx 8th century. Using mainly indigo dye and natural fabrics, different resist techniques were used to create patterns. … continue reading

Sibella Court Nostalgia Collection

Sibella Court – Nostalgia Print Collection

Sibella Court is now amongst Materialised’s premium designers with her NOSTALGIA furnishing textile and wall covering print collection. The range is steeped in her memories of spending a decade living in New York City, a time dreaming up magical sets for magazine photoshoots, ads and catalogues. We are proud to be the new home for … continue reading

Kangaroo Paws & Pot of Gold, Sparkling, Patricia Braune

Patricia Braune Capturing Our Iconic Australian Spirit

Enamoured by Patricia Braune’s whimsical hand-drawn illustrations, we are proud to welcome her into the Materialised family. Here are some words by Patricia to introduce her new collection to you… Inspired by the gratitude I feel to be able to live in such an amazing country, I felt compelled to create an Australian Collection. I see beauty … continue reading

Grace Garrett Explores Coastal Colours

My new collection exploring the coast and its colours!  ‘Coastal Indulgence’ celebrates biomorphic forms and patterns that are a symbolic reference to contoured, patterned, textured forms that we see in our coastal environment and sea life. Driftwood, sand dunes, gulls, coral, waves… Biomorphic forms and patterns have been proven to reduce stress due to induced … continue reading

Antimicrobial cubicle screens

Antimicrobial Cubicle Screens

Infection control has always been a big issue, especially in healthcare facilities, and never more so than now! These invisible-to-the-naked-eye life forms are very invasive and very easily passed from person to person. Hospital cubicle screens and other furnishing textiles are prime suspects in cross infection, due to being prone to frequent touching. Our collection … continue reading

Max Hamilton in studio

New Art! Q&A With Artist Max Hamilton from MH Design

Max Hamilton from MH Design is one of our exciting newest featured artists. Her illustrations are printed onto our fabric for acoustic and non-acoustic art as well as wall panelling. She uses mainly watercolours and pencils and takes her inspiration from Australian wildlife. The first collection consists of 13 artworks of beautiful detailed botanics, which can be … continue reading

Robbi Wymer

Chats With Our Newest Artist, Robbi Wymer!

Robbi Wymer is a Sydney based visual artist and a registered art therapist. Her art themes range from environmental concerns to social and behavioural observations influenced by her community work. Robbi grew up in coastal suburb of Sydney and now lives in the south of Sydney close to bushland and the beautiful Georges river. This first … continue reading