Print Collections

01 Celestial
02 Floribundus
03 Wonderment
04 Mandala


Floribundus {blossoming freely}

Inspiration : Mono No Aware loosely translated as The Pathos of Things, is a Japanese concept gracefully encapsulated by the transient spirit of seasonal blooms.

Influences: Sakura. The language of flowers.

Punchy geometric florals are adapted to lightweight silk cotton scarves & linen pouches.



01 cherryblossom
02 wildlfower
03 dahliapop
04 daisy
05 lily
06 geraniumpop
07 chrysanthsdarling

fabrics used
silk / cotton
linen / cotton




Atmospheric prints rich in symbolism are based on mystical, thought provoking themes, and translated into statement silk scarves. Made to perfection in Italy with the finest silk twill & rolled edges finished by hand. Shop here

Influences: William Blake. Edgar Allan Poe. Taxidermy. Symbols.


01 ouroboros
02 butterfly
03 beautiful birds
04 pink morning
05 blue morning
06 lovely bones
07 crimson joy
08 fossil
09 clever ravens
10 magpies
11 blue berries
12 victoria park moon


fabrics used
100% silk twill
medium 70 x 70 cm
small 55 x 55 cm



Inspired by organic geometric forms found in nature this intro series of Mandalas predominantly features flora and fauna as the focal point. Shop here

Influences: Carl Jung. Emma Kunz. Hilda AF Klint.

Sanskrit मण्डल Maṇḍala, 'circle' representing the Universe. In common use, Mandala has become a generic term for any plan, chart or geometric pattern that represents the cosmos metaphysically or symbolically; a microcosm of the universe.

“Most mandalas have an intuitive, irrational character and, through their symbolical content, exert a retroactive influence on the unconscious. They therefore possess a “magical” significance, like icons" Carl Jung


01 when you can see
02 virgin flowers
03 autumn leaf
04 petal frenzy
05 into the void
06 aztek somewhere
07 janets flowers
08 oxon
09 pretty vortex
10 it isnt greener
11 wheel of life

Giclee & photorag digital prints / to order