Wednesday, 4 September 2013

The Painted House


Last year i saw a product on Pinterest that really caught my attention. The Painted House produce patterned paint rollers that can be used to create your own patterned surfaces, paper, walls, fabric, what a great idea! I was thrilled to be approached by Clare from the Painted House, who asked if we could work together to produce a roller using one of my designs. Clearly seeing the link between block printing and the effect of the rollers, Clare has been passionate about working with printmakers and designers to produce a series of unique designs for the rollers. So here it is the final product! My "Flock" design is now available on The Painted House website, with more information on application information and inspiration for use. http://the-painted-house.co.uk/






Some of you may recognise the design from the original linocut print. 



"Flock" -Fabric created using The Painted House paint roller. 



12 comments:

hanmade said...

Wow Amanda love it! What a gorgeous way of printing too! X

Mangle Prints said...

Thank you Hannah, can't wait to have a go myself! x

MadBirdDesignsUK said...

Now that is a really great idea! Love the way you can use just one image or make it all over.

Lilyweeds at Augusta Kent Studio said...

Beautiful, Amanda!

Lynne said...

Thrilled to bits for you, Amanda! Great results!

acornmoon said...

It is so lovely Amanda, I am sure you must be thrilled! It is worthy of William Morris himself!

Mangle Prints said...

Thank you everyone. It's was great working with Clare, who really appreciated the design and the whole print process, lots more beautiful designs on the website x

Chloe said...

Fabulous!

Gina said...

Wonderful! You must be really thrilled with the results.

Jules Means said...

OMG is this ever cool...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love love love it ;)

Doda said...

oh my! when I have money I may just need to buy one of these!!!! wow!

Julie Howe said...

What a wonderful idea, just love it Amanda. So many applications..So many great decorating ideas..

Have fun at the Norwich Print Fair, sadly I now live too far away to visit ~ Julie.