See these beautiful artist hand-made textiles, artworks, fashion and home decor* created by the magnificently talented British Duo of Susy Pilgrim waters and Keith Waters. PILGRIM WATERS is based in Boston & they are getting huge kudos from the design world, museum shops & boutiques alike. Watch for their next trunk show near you*
hmmmm, holiday on-line shopping anyone?
#If you can get your hands on some of Pilgrim Water's original artworks good luck!
These are all sold*** Maybe she will be doing more soon :) #lOve ThesE**
#styl'in in the kitchen*
& Check out these cashmere and merino scarfs***
Susy's designs can be seen all around Boston - from Iggy's Bread of the World, Russo's Grocery, the Charles Hotel as well as huge banners at Newton North high school. Further afield Susy had designed and illustrated a huge 260ft mural for the children's room of the New York City Public Library, Street banners on 6th Avenue, Pizza Hut UK and in the United Arab Emirates as well as smaller projects for Selvedge. In the United States Susy has designed and illustrated for Crate & Barrel, Unicef, teNeus, Chronicle Books, Fast Company, Random House, Simon & Schusters, The New York Times, Travel and Leisure, American Airlines and Sterling Brands. Susy continues to work with many clients on a wide range of projects.
Keith is best known for his work in computer facial animation that includes a muscle-based model for facial animation, a physics based skin tissue simulation and a visual text-to-speech system called DECface. He is co-author of Computer Facial Animation describing state-of-the-art techniques in the field of computer graphics. His algorithms for face animation have been widely used in the computer film industry, most notably Pixar who first used the technique in their animation short Tin Toy. Keith has always built things - from kayaks, gliders, tables, decks and concrete steps. With Susy we renovated every aspect of our home over many years, which was featured on Design Sponge.
These WOOD-TRAYS are all hand made by Keith
& printed by SusY*
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