Lindsay alker has designed fashion and furnishing fabrics for over 20 years, working with tom ford, calvin klein, cacharel, diana von furstenberg, equipment, ralph lauren, designers guild, agnes b, christian lacroix, givenchy and others. Throughout the eighties she designed fabric collections for liberty of london and collaborated with reiko sudo of nuno corporation renowned for their innovative textiles. She created inspirational prints for the trend forecasting agencies promostyl and peclers paris. Lindsay alker was visiting lecturer in printed textiles at ied moda ‘instituto europeo di design’ in milan.
The artisan collection 'battle great wood' is designed with lino-blocks and hand silkscreened in england. The collection initially inspired by arts & crafts design features the signature print ‘battle great wood’ complemented with contemporary geometric patterns. The designs are intentionally uneven and retain the texture of lino prints. Our emphasis is on the hand printed process and our production is in the uk working with artisan printers.