This silk scarf is characterised by the artistic application of cutting-edge professional digital photography equipment, combining this with hand-drawn digital vector artwork. This product beautifully showcases the vibrant digital print method produced in Worcestershire, England and is generously sized. Habotai silk fabric is beautiful to the touch.
Recognising a link between nature and engineering, the resulting designs are expertly manipulated into a pattern and applied to fine silk. Inspired by nature and engineering design Oliver researched with photography in the local field of reclaimed land, a once industrial area of Stoke-on-Trent that is now a victim of disuse and neglect, gradually being reclaimed by nature.
Describing the research for this work: “The flaking paint, disintegrating machines, reclaimed industrial land and buildings falling into disrepair now being re-evolved by nature into a fresh, clean, explosion of dew-like crisp creativity.”
A new stance on formal wear highlighted with colourful silk scarves. A nod to days of the silk cravat and film stars of yesteryear. Masculine and romantic imagery portrays Olivers design style sublimely. Yes, we’re in love!
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