...all those flyers and cards and notes I scribbled when I saw something I liked. Here's one: Anna Wooster, an interesting, not-long-graduated textile designer with a suitably urban edge to her work.
|From Brighton to LDN|
Since gaining her first class honours just last year, she's had her patterns on sale at the Natural Curtain Company and through online shop, Perry Nelvill, which focuses on hunting out new textiles and fashion graduates to watch.
The toile-with-a-twist idea has been done before – notably by Timorous Beasties (whose gritty tableaux may well win the prize for most ubiquitous gastro pub loo wallpaper ever) but city landscapes have so much beauty and design potential – I just don't think they can be plundered too much. Besides, could there be a better name for a fabric than Manc Damask?