Category Archives: Printmaking

Block Shop

BlockShopTextilesHave to credit my niece, Drea, for this find. Block Shop is a Los Angeles base textile company founded by sisters Hopie and Lily Stockman. Their scarves are hand printed by master printers in Bagru, India. Here’s what the sisters say about their process and mission statement:

“We carve our wooden blocks by hand, we print by hand, we dye by hand. The same way it’s been done in Bagru for 350 years. Subtle imperfections mean that no two scarves are alike. By purchasing Block Shop scarves not only are you supporting our community of block carvers, dye mixers, master printers, and seamstresses, but you are ensuring the environmentally-sustainable future of an ancient textile tradition.”

“Our mission is to make the most luxurious handcrafted textiles while upholding the highest ethical standards in every step of our process.”

Images: Courtesy of Block Shop.



Admiring the unique rubber stamp collection from UK-based shop, Noollibird. All the stamps are designed and handmade by textile designer and artist, Nula Shearing, who is inspired by patterns, design and textiles. Particularly loving the wrapping paper patterns created with their stamps.

Images: Courtesy of Noolibird.


Robin & Mould

Robin&MouldReally liking the die-cut hedgehog pillow sold under the brand, Robin & Mould, as shown above. These screen printed pillows are the creations of UK based designer/makers Christian Mould and Amy Robinson. Love the simple animal graphics showing their Scandinavian and Mid-century influences. You can follow them on their blog as well as on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Their products are available here in their Etsy shop.

Images: Courtesy of Robin & Mould.