Carnevale Studio's first textile collection is inspired by crochet and its ornate, delicate sister, macramé.
Each pattern is a colorful deconstruction of an heirloom passed down from Jessica's Italian great-grandmother, painstakingly preserved and re-worked by generations since.
With this collection, Carnevale bought her signature bold use of color to the realm of two dimensional design. Blending inspiration from fashion and architecture, specifically deconstructivism - each piece takes a form and abstracts it in various color ways -
the result is a collection of napkins and dish clothes that are striking and beautiful.
"The finished visual appearance of buildings that exhibit deconstructivist "styles" is characterized by unpredictability and controlled chaos" - exactly what you want in the kitchen!
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