“Clockwise: Ekko textile, Exil textile, and Epos curtains by Finn Sködt; Fuga curtain by Puk Lippmann.” L&G: The first three remind us of so many textiles we grew up with in the late ’80s and early ’90s. Prints and patterns like this really speak to that period of rebellion and people’s desire to be free — free to scribble nothing and have it be something, free to draw like a child, free from uniformity, and free to have geckos all over one’s pants and be the coolest kid in school.”
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“Clockwise: Ekko textile, Exil textile, and Epos curtains by Finn Sködt; Fuga curtain by Puk Lippmann.” L&G: The first three remind us of so many textiles we grew up with in the late ’80s and early ’90s. Prints and patterns like this really speak to that period of rebellion and people’s desire to be free — free to scribble nothing and have it be something, free to draw like a child, free from uniformity, and free to have geckos all over one’s pants and be the coolest kid in school.”