March 04 2010 Thursday at 06:37 AM

Atelier les Quatre

 


(image via The Paris Blog)

 

My friend Taylor, who lives in Paris, sent me a link about an open-studio boutique of textile designers (going to Paris, BRB):

Atelier les Quatres is a studio/shop consisting of four young, talented textile designers creating fun and funky prints, designs and illustrations for pillows, napkins, dishtowels as well as T-shirts, baby clothes, canvas bags and one-off ideas like masks and found ceramics. The studio includes Eve-Marie BousquetRachel Pelquinelsako, and Hélène Georget,and on Saturdays they open their doors to the public to see what they are making and of course, to shop. They all work independently but a couple of them collaborate on other project. Most of the work is made in a limited edition and all of it by hand. It is ambitious yet fresh and fun. It seems they work hard but don’t take things too seriously. Bright colors, birds and other animals, sunglasses are silkscreened onto their respective objects giving them a new life and attitude.

36, rue du Fer à Moulin, 75005

Link (via The Paris Blog)

Related: Pop Market Paris