Monday, 30 September 2013

Lane's lovely prints

Lane, aka Joff Casciani and Ollie Wood, started out as a graphic design company. But last year the Nottingham-based duo branched out into products... 

...launching a range of beautiful things like prints, notebooks (in collaboration with Margaret Howell), lampshades and, shortly, cushions (in collaboration with Kirkby Design, them behind the brilliant London Underground textiles range).

All of Lane's products are inspired by twentieth century graphic design. Love the simple kitchen storage underneath their Viva La Cucina print, above, too.


I bumped into them at Design Junction and fell in love with their prints. Each one is £55 and a handy 50cm x 70cm size, meaning it fits in a standard size frame (I'm always banging on about Ikea's Ribba range, £16.99 for this size, but I do love this simple, chunky – and cheap – range of frames).

This limited edition print, above, was made for the anniversary of the British interiors company, David Mellor, and features its 700 Series chair, for which Mellor won the 1975 Design Council Award.

The "Circles" design, above, comes in several different colourways.


And if you can't stretch to a full-size print, they do this set of seasonally-themed cards at £8 for a pack of four.

Lanebypost.com

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