All Collection

Layerplay Wallpaper represents many local and international designers, artists and photographers. These works are all available to beautify your home or business with the latest trends in surface and interior design. Browse through our collection of made-to-measure custom designs. If you are looking for something different, please contact us with your design request.

  • Adrienne Kerr

    Adrienne Kerr (58)

    Adrienne’s work always starts in her sketchbook with drawings in pencil, ink or watercolour before being digitised and developed into designs for wallpaper or printed textiles in photoshop or illustrator. Her inspiration and colour palettes can often be trend-driven or taken straight from her natural surroundings. She loves the drama of bold florals with striking dark and bright colour pops. She also loves the balance and calm which can be created for interior solutions using a more muted, quiet colour palette. Her designs are an eclectic mix of designs which can work individually or be used in various combinations together.
  • Alexandra Aguilar

    Alexandra Aguilar (60)

    Profile I'm a left-handed human who is a hug enthusiast and day dreamer living in Monterrey, Mexico. I have always had a special interest with patterns. It all started as a child, playing by myself with everything I could find. It could be bottle caps one day and fallen leaves the other. It had always been part of me. Those days creating objects, houses, and entire imaginary cities made out of useless things reappeared in college as an interest on design. Experience I studied Interior Design at CEDIM. Graduated in 2010. I worked at my own interior design studio for the past 4.5 years, specializing on residential design. My projects, in a more architectural way, had textures and patterns as a key element in the space. An important part of my work as an interior designer has always been to integrate textures and prints into the spaces to make rich, vivid, and cosy places. Textures in walls, floors, upholstery, decor, and art. In 2017 I decided it was time to pursue my long-time dream and become a full-time surface designer. Process I always carry my notebook for a quick sketch if an idea pops into my mind or if I stumble upon an interesting motif. I always start in paper to later digitize the pattern in Illustrator and occasionally in Photoshop to give it more texture. Most of my patterns are inspired by nature, but I also enjoy exploring new topics. I play with abstract themes and repeats but also with figurative forms, or something in between. Let's connect & create something together! https://www.alexandraaguilar.com
  • aLoveSupreme

    aLoveSupreme (32)

    Intelligent, playful and creative with a dash of whimsy, are at the heart of aLoveSupreme. Drawing inspiration from vintage, typographical and whimsical themes, Ryan surprises with an off-the-wall series of wallpaper designs that is fresh and quirky. The light-hearted nature of the various themes complement the bold bright colours used throughout the range. aLoveSupreme is both entertaining and sophisticated with a focus on original hand-drawn illustrations.
  • Art Studio Helene

    Art Studio Helene (25)

    Helene van der Laag, owner and creative force behind Art Studio Helene, is a self-taught surface pattern designer from Netherlands. Helene is passionate about designs and deeply inspired by nature.
  • Atang Tshikare

    Atang Tshikare (19)

    The Zabalaaza collection by Atang Tshikare is a playful and colourful collection based on Atangs well known scribbles and doodles. It’s reminiscent of the memphis design but also incorporates his more structured architectural sketches of local building and scenery. Atang is well known for his quirky design and is one of South Africas rising stars in the art world. Atang’s work has featured internationally and won the prestigious designer of the year for 100% Design 2014.
  • Binary Style

    Binary Style (7)

    The art of storytelling extends beyond oral traditions and written words. Binary Style, a Singapore brand founded by twin sister designers Santhi and Sari Tunas, chose scarves as a medium to narrate the Singapore story. Using vivid colours and catchy patterns, Binary Style captures the essence of this South-east Asian melting pot through their designs. Singapore's biodiversity also features prominently in their scarf designs. Binary Style's signature whimsical prints are now available on wallpapers in collaboration with LayerPlay.
  • Blandat

    Blandat (24)

    Blandat was founded in 2013 by the Dutch designer Debby van der Veer, a graduate of the KABK Art Academy in The Netherlands. BLANDAT is the Swedish word that is used to describe a mix of material, colour and technique. It represents the essence that typifies the brand, particularly being hand-drawn illustrations with an always visible pencil, combined with many textures brought together which result in prints inspired by Africa. Blandat currently produces a range of illustrated scarfs and a small range of fabrics. “Le chique d’ afrique” collection has the nice and nasty brought together, in structures and visuals. The collection makes combinations of organic structures with man-made items that display luxury and wealth. Prints can be big and overwhelming, creating a world wherein one is inspired, confronted and encouraged to be creative. Colours are sometimes found to be wild and clashing. Blandat’s geometric prints are combinations of triangles & blocks with multiple different structures that play with one’s eye in the most strange, yet familiar ways.
  • Cottonberry

    Cottonberry (28)

    Felicity Ellis grew up on a farm in the Midlands. She describes herself as an experimental, self-taught textile designer. A background in Advertising and a passion for Design lead Felicity to establish a Fabric and Design Studio called Cottonberry – a small but growing business that has marketed ranges through Mavromac and Hertex, and has show-cased ranges at George Spencer Designs and Decorex in London. The Indigo Bay collection was inspired by a dreamy family holiday to Bazaruto. To capture the essence of laid-back paradise, Felicity experimented with Shibori – the ancient Japanese art of fabric dyeing. She loves the way the designs literally ‘unfold’ to create themselves. And the result is simple and honest, yet indefinable and sophisticated.
  • Daleen Roodt

    Daleen Roodt (6)

    Born in Pretoria in 1986, Daleen Roodt is a mostly self-taught artist. After one year of studying art, she studied languages at the University of Pretoria and did an honours degree in translation and professional writing. Her botanical background began in 2008 with scientific illustrations for SANBI and the University of Pretoria, followed by various projects illustrating field guides and botanical journals. Commissioned to capture the indigenous flora of the Francolin Conservancy, she painted a collection of over 50 botanical works in watercolour and oil paint that formed the basis of her first solo exhibition in 2012. In 2010 she received a bronze medal at the Kirstenbosch Biennale for botanical watercolours, and in 2013 a silver medal for her botanical copper etchings. Daleen started doing copper etching in 2012 following a commission of journeying to Cambodia, and soon afterwards this intriguing medium manifested as her new style of botanical expression, complimenting her already established style of detailed watercolour illustrations to convey her fascination with the detail offered by Nature.
  • Deco Redux

    Deco Redux (16)

    Nadia du Plessis © 2017 RSWallpaper under license
  • Design Mate

    Design Mate (23)

    The Design Mate Collection for Robin Sprong Wallpaper is a stylish mix of prints, largely inspired by nature and translated into a bold and graphic artistic visual. With a playful mix of colours and shapes, the collection leans towards the simplistic approach of Scandinavian design, but with a distinctly South African edge.
  • Design Team

    Design Team (25)

    Design Team creates feel-good printed fabrics, inspired by nature and every-day life on the African continent. Cotton and linen base cloths are custom dyed to a unique colour palette and printing is done by hand using flatbed screen printing techniques. Amanda Haupt and Lise Butler started DesignTeam while completing their Textile design and Technology degrees in 2000. What started out as a single stand at a trade show focusing on scatter cushions, grew to a brand that has become recognizable and loved by South Africans and sold across the globe. We believe that textiles are the most widely used and understood design medium because of its tactile and functional nature. Design Team strives to make good design accessible with a positive narrative through pattern and colour – now also available as wallpaper!
  • Donna Solovei

    Donna Solovei (7)

    Donna Solovei is a little thing. But her work – illustration-based creations adapted to suit different mediums, is pretty big. Hers is a playful, intricate world bursting with life while remaining delicate in its expression. Donna’s most recent obsession has been the merging and melding of animals – an imaginative world of might be’s and could’ve been where two become one. There is a certain kind of sensitivity to aesthetics in Donna’s work; she employs natural lines, influenced by the textures and shapes of the world around us, to depict her characters. Creating awareness in her own way, Donna’s love for animals is depicted in her drawings. Even as more animal species become endangered, Donna goes beyond the expected to create impossible new breeds on paper – Hycupines and Pythopards roam free in the jungles of this artist’s mind. Wide-eyed in wonder, she puts up on the walls, the things that don’t exist but that she pines to see come to life in the world.
  • Fabricnation

    Fabricnation (48)

    This collection showcases an interpretation of selected Fabricnation textile designs. Colour and scale have been adapted to create fresh wallpapers. Fabricnation was established in 2007, but it has its roots in a bond forged two decades earlier when its designers, Jane Solomon and Jann Cheifitz began designing and printing together in a garage. Jane and Jann are inspired by the African textile tradition, rendered in a modern urban context with its blending of diverse sources and influences to create the fabric of a nation.
  • Franco Moz

    Franco Moz (15)

    Our stunning Tropical Leaf collection was designed by none other than our Senior in-house designer, Franco Moz. These palm trees and banana leaves are one of our most sought-after ranges and are incredibly versatile – they can create a relaxed, cosy interior feel, or be used in different colours to turn a feature wall into an elegant masterpiece.
  • Gillian Fuller

    Gillian Fuller (15)

    “My inspiration comes from anything and everything in the world around me. From the angles, details, perspective and structure of architecture to the tiniest hint of an idea, which develops and changes as I work on it. My approach is to abstract what I see!”
  • Glorinah Khutso Mabaso

    Glorinah Khutso Mabaso (20)

    Boledi is Glorinah’s praise singing name usually used to show the highest form of respect and acknowledgement. Born in Limpopo and grew up in the city of Pretoria, she has embedded her nostalgic early childhood life in her heart and continues to reflect it in her wallpapers and fabrics, whilst her modern side is strongly evident in her furniture range. Extreme neutrals, bold geometric patterns, careful use of colour and simple lines represent her signature style. Being a true city girl with a rural heart, her core mission is to re-define the African design style and introduce her version of high-end modern Africa to the modern world.
  • Lin Barrie

    Lin Barrie (18)

    Expressing her hopes, fears and love for special ecosystems with her paintbrush, Lin Barrie believes that the abstract essence of a landscape, person or animal can only truly be captured by direct observation. She immerses herself in her subjects, whether it is a night sky,  sketching rhinos drinking at a favourite waterhole, watching African wild dogs and their pups, or capturing the mood of an African dawn.
  • Lisa Swanepoel

    Lisa Swanepoel (10)

    Lisa Swanepoel trained as a Fine Artist and Textile Designer. Lisa’s work always shows her passion for vibrant colour and detailed decorative pattern. Her career began as a print designer and window installation conceptualiser, she was also the creator of high-end kids clothing. Through these experiences, she was directed into large-scale installation artworks using a variety of material. Some of the materials she experimented with resulted in LED-backlit multicoloured Perspex, 3-D relief works created from Pantone cards and vinyl, 3-D enamel painted mirror artworks, as well as, woven coloured card creating abstract and irregular frame installations, enamel painted tiles for splashbacks, large-scale typographic signs, which made use of multiple layers of foam board, created out of colourful vinyl and thousands of map pins…to name a few. Wallpaper and textile design has always been her first love and remembers as a young child being fascinated and inspired to create her own versions in her spare time.
  • Lizo Somhlahlo

    Lizo Somhlahlo (18)

    Lizo is a Fine Art graduate of the Walter Sisulu University and a Textile Designer based in King William’s Town. His latest creation is a hand-drawn portrait of the late Albertina Sisulu on a Shweshwe skirt panel. He’s inspired by a hunger for knowledge that demands high standards and encourages self-development in the design world. “My collection is inspired by our beautiful continent Africa and its diverse cultures. This is evident in the pattern designs I used in my collection and the use of earth colours. The colours bring a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere into the room, the atmosphere we all love to have for our beloved continent”.
  • Louise Hunt

    Louise Hunt (15)

    Armed with a passion for design and colour the Hunt family have been creating extraordinary textiles for the past thirty years. Combining various techniques Rae and Tony (Stanley) carved a new niche in the world of hand-painted textiles which is now known as African Sadza Batik. The new Stanley & Rae range of fabrics designed by Louise Hunt for Robin Sprong wallpaper incorporates the Sadza batik method with hand-carved 10x10mm block prints. Designs are inspired by African prints, Ethiopian crosses, wrought iron and seed pods
  • MyV Design Studio

    MyV Design Studio (143)

    MyV Design Studio is based in Bulgaria, EU. Its portfolio includes a wide range of design disciplines, including (but not limited to) pattern and graphic design, 3D and product visuals, communication and advertising, service and user experience design. The lead designer is Mariya Vasileva, who holds a Master's degree in Design and has collaborated with many renowned companies worldwide. MyV's pattern design aims to be contemporary, trendy and extraordinary. Our pattern variety is constantly being broadened with hand-drawn, hand-painted, vector, digital, photographic designs plus numerous choices of styles and colors. Our goal is to present customers with high range of top quality patterns to satisfy their refined taste.
  • Novella

    Novella (27)

    N O V E L L A is a contemporary Cape Town-based home & lifestyle brand, which started out of designer Marieke Goncalves’ love of all things textile and her never-ending desire to beautify spaces. The range draws inspiration, in part, from the organic geometry of African pattern and hand-craft techniques, and from the simplicity and subtlety of a contemporary, minimalist aesthetic, echoing her own design experience, gained both at the Design Academy, Eindhoven in the Netherlands, and locally at CPUT in Cape Town.
  • Odessa Begay

    Odessa Begay (12)

    Odessa is a designer and illustrator in Los Angeles who studied at the Tisch School of Arts at NYU. Although most people will tell you that nobody walks in LA, many of her designs are particularly conceived while doing just that. She enjoys drawing plants, wildlife and working with texture and shading.
  • OhSoSa

    OhSoSa (17)

    OhSoSa is a collaboration between interior designer, Paige Waplington, and photographer, Warwick Locke. “We wanted our designs to be about things that are South African, from hadedas to giraffes, strelitzias to zebras, with maybe a chongololo thrown in there somewhere; these things are all Oh So South African.”

    “OhSoSa is our fun place, a place we can let our quirky, zany sides shine without the inevitable confines of a client-based relationship. We want our inner children to drive our designs, and let them lead us to places we so seldom go”.
  • Patrick Bezalel

    Patrick Bezalel (2)

    Website: https://patrickbezalel.com/ Inspired by the creativity of our God that created us, Patrick Bezalel is a freelance creative director and artist that has a vision to bring these art pieces of inspiration into every home and work place Throughout Patrick’s 20 years as a designer, photographer and artist, he continuously explored creating art pieces in different medium from watercolour to acrylic to pencil, exploring and developing his own style. With his life significantly transformed by Yeshua, he started his first art piece in digital hyper-realism when he heard the Lord challenged him to a lesson of patience. Creating a full picture tediously stroke by stroke, the Lord showed him the beauty and fruits of patience. Inspired by the word of God, he continued to work on more pieces. His vision is for anyone who sees any of these art pieces to be reminded of Yeshua and His grace in their lives. He decided to commit his life full time to this cause in 2017. Patrick’s dream is to start a non-profit art/media school to equip needy youths with artistic skills- for them to acquire a vocation and be financially independent. He is hopeful that revenue generated from his art will fund the operations of the school.
  • Patricia Braune

    Patricia Braune (64)

    After 20 years in advertising as a graphic designer and art director, Patricia embarked on a new career in surface design and quickly fell in love with it. Working from her Sydney studio, the discipline enables her to combine her strong eye for composition with her passion for beautiful hand illustration, creating her signature style.

    Born in Brazil, raised in South Africa, and now living in Sydney, Patricia is truly a child of the world. She loves seeking out new global influences for her work, which is mostly drawn from the natural environment.

    “I love to travel, and often when I’m out walking I’ll spot a flower, tree, or leaves that I photograph and then research, which eventually becomes a design in a collection,” she says. “Because I draw aspects from nature, my inspiration is never-ending.”

    Patricia’s work starts as pen on paper, capturing all the details, movement and shape of her subject matter. Her designs are decorative, with a dreamy quality.

  • Rebekah Hutchinson

    Rebekah Hutchinson (7)

    Rebekah Hutchinson is a Surface Designer based in the UK with a strong passion for creating textured artwork. Her love for wall coverings developed at University, where she used a combination of mark-making techniques and modern digital technologies. Endless Abstraction draws inspiration from our surrounding environment, natural textures and crumbling weathered surfaces reveal layer after layer of different marks, patterns and colours. The collection is purely about the creation of beautiful marks, using a range of different tools and techniques to apply paint and ink to paper. Individual layering and careful placement make each design have its own unique combination of abstract marks, that create a sense of curiosity, wonder and imagination within interior spaces.
  • Renee Rossouw

    Renee Rossouw (9)

    Renee Rossouw is a South African, Cape Town-based architect and artist-designer. Her work focusses on colour, geometries and patterns, which she thinks are all inspired by the lego sets of the 1980s and a gigantic atlas her parents gave her for her 7th birthday called “It’s a big big world”. She is committed to exploring African identity and the development of the South African design Industry.
  • Room 13

    Room 13 (64)

    The Room 13 Collection is a unique range of textiles, cushions and wallpaper designed and produced by Room 13 Design (www.room13.co.za). Based in Cape Town, our boutique graphic design studio has been crafting beautiful things for over ten years. For a long time, it has been our dream to branch out into a new business where we could be our own client, and design a range that was true to our unique style; a collection that we would want in our very own homes. Developed over a period of three years, the Room 13 Collection is inspired by a vast compilation of concepts and ideas collected over time. These were then lovingly tailored by our talented designers and art directors into the drawings, collages and graphics now featured in these collections. We hope that each item will bring as much joy to your home as went into the making of it. With love from The Room 13 team
  • Rudi De Wet

    Rudi De Wet (17)

    Rudi de Wet Studio is an independent studio based in Cape Town, South Africa that produces work for a variety of media and environments, for local and international clients from concept to craft. Specialising in illustration, hand-drawn type, interior artwork and graphic design. Rudi de Wet is a graphic artist whose work is characterised by bold, colourful and energetic executions.
  • Sabrina Balbuena

    Sabrina Balbuena (10)

    Sabrina Balbuena is a creative and highly sensitive designer. One of the most inspiring things for her is visiting new places. She always prints her feelings and impressions on her collections everytime she finds a magical emplacement. Sabrina began her professional career as a children book illustrator but her passion for fashion and textiles as a powerful communication tool led her to change books for patterns. And for that reason, its colorful collections have stories behind them. Her intention in designing is above all to communicate her philosophy through her designs: a society built on values, love, friendship and respect
  • Sarah Corynen

    Sarah Corynen (41)

    Sarah Corynen is a Belgian designer and artist, originally educated in fashion design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, graduated in 1993. For many years she has been employed in the fashion industry and related fields. Gradually she started focusing more on the graphics and experimental side of her work and at the same time, she limited her fashion-work to the knitwear medium. In addition to the knitwear, she continued making drawings, graphic artworks and objects using different media such as black Indian ink, coloured markers, cardboard, acrylic colours, etc. In the past years, she has developed a body of work in which applied and autonomous art coexist. Sarah mainly finds inspiration in daily life situations, nature, animals… In all her work she tries to maintain a graphical language that is bold, simple, brute, witty, straightforward and with a touch of humour. In February 2014 Sarah Corynen started her own creative studio and she showed her drawings for the first time at the textile shows Première Vision in Paris and Heimtextil in Frankfurt. Clients she worked with in the past are worldwide and produce fashion or home/interior products. Her goal for the near future is to further develop this graphic style and aesthetic in self-initiated or commissioned projects. Sarah Corynen lives and works in Belgium.
  • Sara Ord

    Sara Ord (25)

    Sara Ord Interiors, an international design practice and online retail emporium based in Cape Town, proffer colourful interior solutions and products to the modern aesthete. Sara is renowned for her sophisticated use of saturated hues, embroidering the contemporary and traditional into an up to the minute interior. The in-house product lines consist of tableware, linen, lighting and a successful fabric range and wallpaper collection. One-off pieces are also collected from far and wide, adding to the practice’s nomadic design ethic… ‘gathered, comfortable, well loved.’
  • Soil & Co.

    Soil & Co. (14)

    Soil & Co. Designs represent the combined artistic skills of two sisters. Over the course of their careers they have collaborated with amazing results. They share a love of simplicity and an aesthetic sense that comes from a lifetime of shared experiences; add to this a touch of sibling rivalry and a deep understanding of each other’s thoughts and ideas, and you have Soil Design.
  • Tammy Joubert

    Tammy Joubert (9)

    Tammy Joubert is a Cape Town based graphic designer with a focus on creative concept development and illustration. She finds inspiration in the human form and all its fragility. Her work focuses on deconstructed minimal shapes and forms which she portrays in soft, vibrant colours. She is continuously exploring illustration and how this medium can live in spatial contexts.
  • Tara Deacon

    Tara Deacon (6)

    Tara Deacon is a South African Illustrator currently based in Berlin, Germany. The intrigue and magic of nature, plants, overlooked everyday scenarios and found treatures and objects are themes she often explores. Her work evokes a sense of nostalgia, naivety and sensitivity, which are all done by hand in watercolour, gouache and ink.
  • Tharien Smith

    Tharien Smith (20)

    Tharien is fascinated with perspective, chiaroscuro, Fibonacci sequence, and an avid admirer of nature. She graduated with a National Textile Diploma from TUT in 1995 She has spent most of her career working in various creative corporate environments, designing everything from furnishing fabrics to fashion, graphics and ceramic tiles. The artist resides in Cape Town combining skills to create beautiful artworks and textile products spanning across multiple mediums. Tharien is busy building her own range of products, which includes, jewellery, cushions and hand painted fabrics, to be launched soon at her shop, ‘ThariensTrimorphicArt’ which is in collaboration with Biblliophilia Bookshop in Woodstock.
  • Tiffany Loy

    Tiffany Loy (6)

    I am a Singapore-based designer trained in industrial design and textile-weaving. My current work revolves around surface design and textile experiments. I explore alternative production methods, as well as the use of existing processes to generate unexpected results. Since the set-up of my studio in 2014, I have exhibited my experimental works at museums in Singapore, Kyoto, and Milan. My approach to design is focused on materials, fabrication, and the experience of the physical object. I believe that the designer plays an important role in pushing the boundaries of material applications, and in creating relevant discourse on new technologies for the future. studio: 3A Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207524 contact: info@tiffanyloy.com instagram: @tffnyly
  • Tiphaine Alston

    Tiphaine Alston (65)

    Tiphaine is a British textile designer and a graduate of the Royal College of Art, whom splits her time between London and Cape Town. Her unique multi-layered and textured artworks are created using a combination of traditional techniques such as screen-printing, hand drawing, painting, collage, and modern digital technologies.
  • Victor Ntsindiso

    Victor Ntsindiso (14)

    I’m Ntsindiso Nqakaza, From Bizana in the Eastern. I’m a graphic designer who graduated at Ruth Prowse School of Arts. I love creating designs that will show people what is on my mind. My work contains lines and geometric shapes which are taken from African visual language. However, some of these shapes just come to my mind through African design inspiration. These designs are attentively demanding because of their abstracted elements. I grew up surrounded by rounded, squared, rectangular and hexagonally shaped houses. African architectural structure is what inspires me the most, so I’m telling African stories through my African visual language. I want to tell people who don’t know, as well as those who do, by reminding them of African cultural differences. I want to relate my designs to everyone. For me, creating patterns that are simple geometrical shapes gives me freedom of appreciation of the nature of creativity. I intend to design the way I design for seeking attention from the viewer, to keep them asking themselves some questions that will end up making them appreciate the Art of Design.
  • Willie Schlechter

    Willie Schlechter (24)

    Willie Schlechter was born in Joubertina in 1982 and matriculated from the Lady Grey Arts Academy. He received a BA FA (fine art) degree in 2004, and an MPhil VA (illustration) degree in 2008 from the University of Stellenbosch. During his Masters studies he was introduced to botanical art by Vicky Thomas, and has since been working mainly within this genre.

    Willie taught Art and Design at Stellenberg High School in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town from 2008 to 2016. During this time he often participated in group-exhibitions locally and internationally. Awards received during this period include a silver medal in 2010 at Botalia, Painted Flora in Lucca, Italy; a bronze medal in 2010 and 2013 respectively at the Kirstenbosch biennale; and a merit award at the 21st World Orchid Conference in Pretoria.

    In 2017 Willie started working as a full-time artist and took part in numerous group exhibitions, most notably Bosch in Africa, a two-yearlong travelling group exhibition curated by Sandra Hanekom, launched at Woordfees, Stellenbosch in March 2017; Natural Selection, a group show curated by Jeanne-Mare du Bois for the KKNK in April; and Wildflowers and Pollinators, a group exhibition curated by Mary van Blommestein at the Irma Stern Museum (May – June 2017). The highlight of the year, however, was being a Top 40 finalist in the Sanlam Portrait Awards, held at Rust and Vrede Gallery in Durbanville.

    One of Willie’s paintings is presently displayed in the Kirstenbosch Botanical Society’s 2018 calendar, and many of his works are digitally printed onto textiles, wallpaper, ceramics, and sold as limited edition prints.

    Willie lives in Brackenfell, and often presents watercolour workshops from his home studio and the Irma Stern Museum in Cape Town.

  • Yin Creative Studio

    Yin Creative Studio (19)

    Yin Creative Studio is founded by Yu-Yin who was born in Taiwan and currently resides in Washington State. Yu-Yin has loved to draw since she was 3 years old. She has spent most of her time on drawing, painting, printmaking, photography and Fiber Arts.

  • WORK

    WORK (35)

    WORK Pte Ltd is an award-winning design company in Singapore since 1997. Headed by Singapore's first President's Design Award recipient, Theseus Chan (Mr), the company is a highly regarded design company, both locally and internationally. Achievements include the prestigious British D&AD Awards for Outstanding Achievements and Creative Excellence continuously over the years. Present and previous international projects and collaborations include Comme des Garçons, Dover Street Market, Steidl (Germany), Louis Vuitton Japan, Moynat Paris, Hermes, Parco (Japan), The Pedder Group (Hong Kong) and Nicholas Kirkwood (UK). Projects within Singapore include the National Gallery Singapore, National Museum of Singapore, Club21, COMO Group and branding work for PHS Hairscience and DrGL® are in portfolio. WORK is also the publisher of the globally regarded, WERK Magazine for its thinking and approach to the printed matter.
  • Everyday Design (FFurious)

    Everyday Design (FFurious) (3)

    Everyday Design is a lifestyle brand that insipires fun in the day to day, by re-imagining the mundane for a better day Official Website : www.everyday.sg Follow Instagram : @hey.everyday
  • Lee Kow Fong

    Lee Kow Fong (35)

    An illustrator from the tiny island nation Singapore, Lee Kow Fong aka Ah Guo is an unrealistic dreamer, a picture-book author, a columnist as well as a full-time polytechnic lecturer. He received his MA in Children’s Book Illustration from Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University, Uk in 2011. Since then, he has been actively sharing his works online with everyone. His picture-book “The Search” was awarded “Best Children’s Title” in 2016 Singapore Book Awards Official Website : www.leekowfong.com
  • Timidlines

    Timidlines (20)

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/timidlines Singapore-based senior graphics designer, Timidlines experiments and hones her craft by churning out whimsical drawings, doodles and artworks during her spare time as a form of therapy. away from the fast-paced city life. Inspired by daily on-goings, adventures and random events happening all around her. this featured collection of amazingly cute and vibrant digital illustrations attempts to show the light side of life by using the recurring theme of animals as the central subject
  • Design Collective

    Design Collective (22)

    Design Collective is our very own LayerPlay's collection of unique designs. Looking for chic, urban designs but can't seem to find that suits? Seeking a lush, floral look for your living spaces? Check out our collection of freshly, curated designs covering themes from floral, animal, ethnic, tropical, vintage, tiled, oceanic, urban, spotted, kids to oriental designs. You're bound to find one you can fall in love with!
  • Wallpaper

    Wallpaper (1106)

    Personalised Wallpaper in Singapore with hundreds of wallpaper designs ranging from wallpaper patterns to wallpaper prints, from illustration to typography perking up boring spaces has never been easier or quicker – installation won’t take long at all. Customize wallpaper to your perfection today! Singapore First Printerior Specialist
  • Canvas Print / Poster Prints

    Canvas Print / Poster Prints (21)

    Create personalized wall art with your favourite photo. Instantly turn your photos into beautiful museum grade canvases. Our canvases materials are Eco-friendly and Green Guard Gold Health Certified. Safe for Nursery and Hospitals! Print and produced in Singapore Canvas Prints that are the perfect medium for photo and fine art reproductions, banners and window displays. Built to perfection according to your specifications with a solid wood frame. Our Satin Canvas combines brilliant colour and fades resistance with distinctively premium touch.
  • Deco Sticker — Customised

    Deco Sticker — Customised (1)

    Furniture Stickers Bored of how plain your walls, cabinets or drawers look? Ever heard of Deco Stickers? Most noteworthy is LayerPlay’s range of removable and repositionable deco stickers, furniture wraps and decals, are just what you need to spice things up at home! Re-animate pieces of dull furniture or spaces to life while having fun. With our do-it-yourself fabric or sticker-base wall decals and custom print stickers. Also all our deco stickers are uses latest HP’s latex digital printing technology In Addition we print only on premium fabric textured or sticker-based material imported from Europe. Have your own design and/or image that you prefer on these stickers? No problem! We are also able to custom print any design of your choice onto the our deco sticker material. Don't want them in tiles? Contact us and be ready with the dimension of the furniture you wish to paste it on and we will get it done for you. Don’t have an idea? Don’t fret, speak to us or browse our collection of curated designs for your inspiration!
  • Deco Sticker — Patterns

    Deco Sticker — Patterns (33)

    Furniture Stickers Bored of how plain your walls, cabinets or drawers look? Ever heard of Deco Stickers? Most noteworthy is LayerPlay’s range of removable and repositionable deco stickers, furniture wraps and decals, are just what you need to spice things up at home! Re-animate pieces of dull furniture or spaces to life while having fun. With our do-it-yourself fabric or sticker-base wall decals and custom print stickers. Also all our deco stickers are uses latest HP’s latex digital printing technology In Addition we print only on premium fabric textured or sticker-based material imported from Europe. Have your own design and/or image that you prefer on these stickers? No problem! We are also able to custom print any design of your choice onto the our deco sticker material. Don't want them in tiles? Contact us and be ready with the dimension of the furniture you wish to paste it on and we will get it done for you. Don’t have an idea? Don’t fret, speak to us or browse our collection of curated designs for your inspiration!
  • Adrienne Kerr

    Adrienne Kerr (58)

    Adrienne’s work always starts in her sketchbook with drawings in pencil, ink or watercolour before being digitised and developed into designs for wallpaper or printed textiles in photoshop or illustrator. Her inspiration and colour palettes can often be trend-driven or taken straight from her natural surroundings. She loves the drama of bold florals with striking dark and bright colour pops. She also loves the balance and calm which can be created for interior solutions using a more muted, quiet colour palette. Her designs are an eclectic mix of designs which can work individually or be used in various combinations together.
  • Alexandra Aguilar

    Alexandra Aguilar (60)

    Profile I'm a left-handed human who is a hug enthusiast and day dreamer living in Monterrey, Mexico. I have always had a special interest with patterns. It all started as a child, playing by myself with everything I could find. It could be bottle caps one day and fallen leaves the other. It had always been part of me. Those days creating objects, houses, and entire imaginary cities made out of useless things reappeared in college as an interest on design. Experience I studied Interior Design at CEDIM. Graduated in 2010. I worked at my own interior design studio for the past 4.5 years, specializing on residential design. My projects, in a more architectural way, had textures and patterns as a key element in the space. An important part of my work as an interior designer has always been to integrate textures and prints into the spaces to make rich, vivid, and cosy places. Textures in walls, floors, upholstery, decor, and art. In 2017 I decided it was time to pursue my long-time dream and become a full-time surface designer. Process I always carry my notebook for a quick sketch if an idea pops into my mind or if I stumble upon an interesting motif. I always start in paper to later digitize the pattern in Illustrator and occasionally in Photoshop to give it more texture. Most of my patterns are inspired by nature, but I also enjoy exploring new topics. I play with abstract themes and repeats but also with figurative forms, or something in between. Let's connect & create something together! https://www.alexandraaguilar.com
  • aLoveSupreme

    aLoveSupreme (32)

    Intelligent, playful and creative with a dash of whimsy, are at the heart of aLoveSupreme. Drawing inspiration from vintage, typographical and whimsical themes, Ryan surprises with an off-the-wall series of wallpaper designs that is fresh and quirky. The light-hearted nature of the various themes complement the bold bright colours used throughout the range. aLoveSupreme is both entertaining and sophisticated with a focus on original hand-drawn illustrations.
  • Art Studio Helene

    Art Studio Helene (25)

    Helene van der Laag, owner and creative force behind Art Studio Helene, is a self-taught surface pattern designer from Netherlands. Helene is passionate about designs and deeply inspired by nature.
  • Atang Tshikare

    Atang Tshikare (19)

    The Zabalaaza collection by Atang Tshikare is a playful and colourful collection based on Atangs well known scribbles and doodles. It’s reminiscent of the memphis design but also incorporates his more structured architectural sketches of local building and scenery. Atang is well known for his quirky design and is one of South Africas rising stars in the art world. Atang’s work has featured internationally and won the prestigious designer of the year for 100% Design 2014.
  • Binary Style

    Binary Style (7)

    The art of storytelling extends beyond oral traditions and written words. Binary Style, a Singapore brand founded by twin sister designers Santhi and Sari Tunas, chose scarves as a medium to narrate the Singapore story. Using vivid colours and catchy patterns, Binary Style captures the essence of this South-east Asian melting pot through their designs. Singapore's biodiversity also features prominently in their scarf designs. Binary Style's signature whimsical prints are now available on wallpapers in collaboration with LayerPlay.
  • Blandat

    Blandat (24)

    Blandat was founded in 2013 by the Dutch designer Debby van der Veer, a graduate of the KABK Art Academy in The Netherlands. BLANDAT is the Swedish word that is used to describe a mix of material, colour and technique. It represents the essence that typifies the brand, particularly being hand-drawn illustrations with an always visible pencil, combined with many textures brought together which result in prints inspired by Africa. Blandat currently produces a range of illustrated scarfs and a small range of fabrics. “Le chique d’ afrique” collection has the nice and nasty brought together, in structures and visuals. The collection makes combinations of organic structures with man-made items that display luxury and wealth. Prints can be big and overwhelming, creating a world wherein one is inspired, confronted and encouraged to be creative. Colours are sometimes found to be wild and clashing. Blandat’s geometric prints are combinations of triangles & blocks with multiple different structures that play with one’s eye in the most strange, yet familiar ways.
  • Cottonberry

    Cottonberry (28)

    Felicity Ellis grew up on a farm in the Midlands. She describes herself as an experimental, self-taught textile designer. A background in Advertising and a passion for Design lead Felicity to establish a Fabric and Design Studio called Cottonberry – a small but growing business that has marketed ranges through Mavromac and Hertex, and has show-cased ranges at George Spencer Designs and Decorex in London. The Indigo Bay collection was inspired by a dreamy family holiday to Bazaruto. To capture the essence of laid-back paradise, Felicity experimented with Shibori – the ancient Japanese art of fabric dyeing. She loves the way the designs literally ‘unfold’ to create themselves. And the result is simple and honest, yet indefinable and sophisticated.
  • Daleen Roodt

    Daleen Roodt (6)

    Born in Pretoria in 1986, Daleen Roodt is a mostly self-taught artist. After one year of studying art, she studied languages at the University of Pretoria and did an honours degree in translation and professional writing. Her botanical background began in 2008 with scientific illustrations for SANBI and the University of Pretoria, followed by various projects illustrating field guides and botanical journals. Commissioned to capture the indigenous flora of the Francolin Conservancy, she painted a collection of over 50 botanical works in watercolour and oil paint that formed the basis of her first solo exhibition in 2012. In 2010 she received a bronze medal at the Kirstenbosch Biennale for botanical watercolours, and in 2013 a silver medal for her botanical copper etchings. Daleen started doing copper etching in 2012 following a commission of journeying to Cambodia, and soon afterwards this intriguing medium manifested as her new style of botanical expression, complimenting her already established style of detailed watercolour illustrations to convey her fascination with the detail offered by Nature.
  • Deco Redux

    Deco Redux (16)

    Nadia du Plessis © 2017 RSWallpaper under license
  • Design Mate

    Design Mate (23)

    The Design Mate Collection for Robin Sprong Wallpaper is a stylish mix of prints, largely inspired by nature and translated into a bold and graphic artistic visual. With a playful mix of colours and shapes, the collection leans towards the simplistic approach of Scandinavian design, but with a distinctly South African edge.
  • Design Team

    Design Team (25)

    Design Team creates feel-good printed fabrics, inspired by nature and every-day life on the African continent. Cotton and linen base cloths are custom dyed to a unique colour palette and printing is done by hand using flatbed screen printing techniques. Amanda Haupt and Lise Butler started DesignTeam while completing their Textile design and Technology degrees in 2000. What started out as a single stand at a trade show focusing on scatter cushions, grew to a brand that has become recognizable and loved by South Africans and sold across the globe. We believe that textiles are the most widely used and understood design medium because of its tactile and functional nature. Design Team strives to make good design accessible with a positive narrative through pattern and colour – now also available as wallpaper!
  • Donna Solovei

    Donna Solovei (7)

    Donna Solovei is a little thing. But her work – illustration-based creations adapted to suit different mediums, is pretty big. Hers is a playful, intricate world bursting with life while remaining delicate in its expression. Donna’s most recent obsession has been the merging and melding of animals – an imaginative world of might be’s and could’ve been where two become one. There is a certain kind of sensitivity to aesthetics in Donna’s work; she employs natural lines, influenced by the textures and shapes of the world around us, to depict her characters. Creating awareness in her own way, Donna’s love for animals is depicted in her drawings. Even as more animal species become endangered, Donna goes beyond the expected to create impossible new breeds on paper – Hycupines and Pythopards roam free in the jungles of this artist’s mind. Wide-eyed in wonder, she puts up on the walls, the things that don’t exist but that she pines to see come to life in the world.
  • Fabricnation

    Fabricnation (48)

    This collection showcases an interpretation of selected Fabricnation textile designs. Colour and scale have been adapted to create fresh wallpapers. Fabricnation was established in 2007, but it has its roots in a bond forged two decades earlier when its designers, Jane Solomon and Jann Cheifitz began designing and printing together in a garage. Jane and Jann are inspired by the African textile tradition, rendered in a modern urban context with its blending of diverse sources and influences to create the fabric of a nation.
  • Franco Moz

    Franco Moz (15)

    Our stunning Tropical Leaf collection was designed by none other than our Senior in-house designer, Franco Moz. These palm trees and banana leaves are one of our most sought-after ranges and are incredibly versatile – they can create a relaxed, cosy interior feel, or be used in different colours to turn a feature wall into an elegant masterpiece.
  • Gillian Fuller

    Gillian Fuller (15)

    “My inspiration comes from anything and everything in the world around me. From the angles, details, perspective and structure of architecture to the tiniest hint of an idea, which develops and changes as I work on it. My approach is to abstract what I see!”
  • Glorinah Khutso Mabaso

    Glorinah Khutso Mabaso (20)

    Boledi is Glorinah’s praise singing name usually used to show the highest form of respect and acknowledgement. Born in Limpopo and grew up in the city of Pretoria, she has embedded her nostalgic early childhood life in her heart and continues to reflect it in her wallpapers and fabrics, whilst her modern side is strongly evident in her furniture range. Extreme neutrals, bold geometric patterns, careful use of colour and simple lines represent her signature style. Being a true city girl with a rural heart, her core mission is to re-define the African design style and introduce her version of high-end modern Africa to the modern world.
  • Lin Barrie

    Lin Barrie (18)

    Expressing her hopes, fears and love for special ecosystems with her paintbrush, Lin Barrie believes that the abstract essence of a landscape, person or animal can only truly be captured by direct observation. She immerses herself in her subjects, whether it is a night sky,  sketching rhinos drinking at a favourite waterhole, watching African wild dogs and their pups, or capturing the mood of an African dawn.
  • Lisa Swanepoel

    Lisa Swanepoel (10)

    Lisa Swanepoel trained as a Fine Artist and Textile Designer. Lisa’s work always shows her passion for vibrant colour and detailed decorative pattern. Her career began as a print designer and window installation conceptualiser, she was also the creator of high-end kids clothing. Through these experiences, she was directed into large-scale installation artworks using a variety of material. Some of the materials she experimented with resulted in LED-backlit multicoloured Perspex, 3-D relief works created from Pantone cards and vinyl, 3-D enamel painted mirror artworks, as well as, woven coloured card creating abstract and irregular frame installations, enamel painted tiles for splashbacks, large-scale typographic signs, which made use of multiple layers of foam board, created out of colourful vinyl and thousands of map pins…to name a few. Wallpaper and textile design has always been her first love and remembers as a young child being fascinated and inspired to create her own versions in her spare time.
  • Lizo Somhlahlo

    Lizo Somhlahlo (18)

    Lizo is a Fine Art graduate of the Walter Sisulu University and a Textile Designer based in King William’s Town. His latest creation is a hand-drawn portrait of the late Albertina Sisulu on a Shweshwe skirt panel. He’s inspired by a hunger for knowledge that demands high standards and encourages self-development in the design world. “My collection is inspired by our beautiful continent Africa and its diverse cultures. This is evident in the pattern designs I used in my collection and the use of earth colours. The colours bring a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere into the room, the atmosphere we all love to have for our beloved continent”.
  • Louise Hunt

    Louise Hunt (15)

    Armed with a passion for design and colour the Hunt family have been creating extraordinary textiles for the past thirty years. Combining various techniques Rae and Tony (Stanley) carved a new niche in the world of hand-painted textiles which is now known as African Sadza Batik. The new Stanley & Rae range of fabrics designed by Louise Hunt for Robin Sprong wallpaper incorporates the Sadza batik method with hand-carved 10x10mm block prints. Designs are inspired by African prints, Ethiopian crosses, wrought iron and seed pods
  • MyV Design Studio

    MyV Design Studio (143)

    MyV Design Studio is based in Bulgaria, EU. Its portfolio includes a wide range of design disciplines, including (but not limited to) pattern and graphic design, 3D and product visuals, communication and advertising, service and user experience design. The lead designer is Mariya Vasileva, who holds a Master's degree in Design and has collaborated with many renowned companies worldwide. MyV's pattern design aims to be contemporary, trendy and extraordinary. Our pattern variety is constantly being broadened with hand-drawn, hand-painted, vector, digital, photographic designs plus numerous choices of styles and colors. Our goal is to present customers with high range of top quality patterns to satisfy their refined taste.
  • Novella

    Novella (27)

    N O V E L L A is a contemporary Cape Town-based home & lifestyle brand, which started out of designer Marieke Goncalves’ love of all things textile and her never-ending desire to beautify spaces. The range draws inspiration, in part, from the organic geometry of African pattern and hand-craft techniques, and from the simplicity and subtlety of a contemporary, minimalist aesthetic, echoing her own design experience, gained both at the Design Academy, Eindhoven in the Netherlands, and locally at CPUT in Cape Town.
  • Odessa Begay

    Odessa Begay (12)

    Odessa is a designer and illustrator in Los Angeles who studied at the Tisch School of Arts at NYU. Although most people will tell you that nobody walks in LA, many of her designs are particularly conceived while doing just that. She enjoys drawing plants, wildlife and working with texture and shading.
  • OhSoSa

    OhSoSa (17)

    OhSoSa is a collaboration between interior designer, Paige Waplington, and photographer, Warwick Locke. “We wanted our designs to be about things that are South African, from hadedas to giraffes, strelitzias to zebras, with maybe a chongololo thrown in there somewhere; these things are all Oh So South African.”

    “OhSoSa is our fun place, a place we can let our quirky, zany sides shine without the inevitable confines of a client-based relationship. We want our inner children to drive our designs, and let them lead us to places we so seldom go”.
  • Patrick Bezalel

    Patrick Bezalel (2)

    Website: https://patrickbezalel.com/ Inspired by the creativity of our God that created us, Patrick Bezalel is a freelance creative director and artist that has a vision to bring these art pieces of inspiration into every home and work place Throughout Patrick’s 20 years as a designer, photographer and artist, he continuously explored creating art pieces in different medium from watercolour to acrylic to pencil, exploring and developing his own style. With his life significantly transformed by Yeshua, he started his first art piece in digital hyper-realism when he heard the Lord challenged him to a lesson of patience. Creating a full picture tediously stroke by stroke, the Lord showed him the beauty and fruits of patience. Inspired by the word of God, he continued to work on more pieces. His vision is for anyone who sees any of these art pieces to be reminded of Yeshua and His grace in their lives. He decided to commit his life full time to this cause in 2017. Patrick’s dream is to start a non-profit art/media school to equip needy youths with artistic skills- for them to acquire a vocation and be financially independent. He is hopeful that revenue generated from his art will fund the operations of the school.
  • Patricia Braune

    Patricia Braune (64)

    After 20 years in advertising as a graphic designer and art director, Patricia embarked on a new career in surface design and quickly fell in love with it. Working from her Sydney studio, the discipline enables her to combine her strong eye for composition with her passion for beautiful hand illustration, creating her signature style.

    Born in Brazil, raised in South Africa, and now living in Sydney, Patricia is truly a child of the world. She loves seeking out new global influences for her work, which is mostly drawn from the natural environment.

    “I love to travel, and often when I’m out walking I’ll spot a flower, tree, or leaves that I photograph and then research, which eventually becomes a design in a collection,” she says. “Because I draw aspects from nature, my inspiration is never-ending.”

    Patricia’s work starts as pen on paper, capturing all the details, movement and shape of her subject matter. Her designs are decorative, with a dreamy quality.

  • Rebekah Hutchinson

    Rebekah Hutchinson (7)

    Rebekah Hutchinson is a Surface Designer based in the UK with a strong passion for creating textured artwork. Her love for wall coverings developed at University, where she used a combination of mark-making techniques and modern digital technologies. Endless Abstraction draws inspiration from our surrounding environment, natural textures and crumbling weathered surfaces reveal layer after layer of different marks, patterns and colours. The collection is purely about the creation of beautiful marks, using a range of different tools and techniques to apply paint and ink to paper. Individual layering and careful placement make each design have its own unique combination of abstract marks, that create a sense of curiosity, wonder and imagination within interior spaces.
  • Renee Rossouw

    Renee Rossouw (9)

    Renee Rossouw is a South African, Cape Town-based architect and artist-designer. Her work focusses on colour, geometries and patterns, which she thinks are all inspired by the lego sets of the 1980s and a gigantic atlas her parents gave her for her 7th birthday called “It’s a big big world”. She is committed to exploring African identity and the development of the South African design Industry.
  • Room 13

    Room 13 (64)

    The Room 13 Collection is a unique range of textiles, cushions and wallpaper designed and produced by Room 13 Design (www.room13.co.za). Based in Cape Town, our boutique graphic design studio has been crafting beautiful things for over ten years. For a long time, it has been our dream to branch out into a new business where we could be our own client, and design a range that was true to our unique style; a collection that we would want in our very own homes. Developed over a period of three years, the Room 13 Collection is inspired by a vast compilation of concepts and ideas collected over time. These were then lovingly tailored by our talented designers and art directors into the drawings, collages and graphics now featured in these collections. We hope that each item will bring as much joy to your home as went into the making of it. With love from The Room 13 team
  • Rudi De Wet

    Rudi De Wet (17)

    Rudi de Wet Studio is an independent studio based in Cape Town, South Africa that produces work for a variety of media and environments, for local and international clients from concept to craft. Specialising in illustration, hand-drawn type, interior artwork and graphic design. Rudi de Wet is a graphic artist whose work is characterised by bold, colourful and energetic executions.
  • Sabrina Balbuena

    Sabrina Balbuena (10)

    Sabrina Balbuena is a creative and highly sensitive designer. One of the most inspiring things for her is visiting new places. She always prints her feelings and impressions on her collections everytime she finds a magical emplacement. Sabrina began her professional career as a children book illustrator but her passion for fashion and textiles as a powerful communication tool led her to change books for patterns. And for that reason, its colorful collections have stories behind them. Her intention in designing is above all to communicate her philosophy through her designs: a society built on values, love, friendship and respect
  • Sarah Corynen

    Sarah Corynen (41)

    Sarah Corynen is a Belgian designer and artist, originally educated in fashion design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, graduated in 1993. For many years she has been employed in the fashion industry and related fields. Gradually she started focusing more on the graphics and experimental side of her work and at the same time, she limited her fashion-work to the knitwear medium. In addition to the knitwear, she continued making drawings, graphic artworks and objects using different media such as black Indian ink, coloured markers, cardboard, acrylic colours, etc. In the past years, she has developed a body of work in which applied and autonomous art coexist. Sarah mainly finds inspiration in daily life situations, nature, animals… In all her work she tries to maintain a graphical language that is bold, simple, brute, witty, straightforward and with a touch of humour. In February 2014 Sarah Corynen started her own creative studio and she showed her drawings for the first time at the textile shows Première Vision in Paris and Heimtextil in Frankfurt. Clients she worked with in the past are worldwide and produce fashion or home/interior products. Her goal for the near future is to further develop this graphic style and aesthetic in self-initiated or commissioned projects. Sarah Corynen lives and works in Belgium.
  • Sara Ord

    Sara Ord (25)

    Sara Ord Interiors, an international design practice and online retail emporium based in Cape Town, proffer colourful interior solutions and products to the modern aesthete. Sara is renowned for her sophisticated use of saturated hues, embroidering the contemporary and traditional into an up to the minute interior. The in-house product lines consist of tableware, linen, lighting and a successful fabric range and wallpaper collection. One-off pieces are also collected from far and wide, adding to the practice’s nomadic design ethic… ‘gathered, comfortable, well loved.’
  • Soil & Co.

    Soil & Co. (14)

    Soil & Co. Designs represent the combined artistic skills of two sisters. Over the course of their careers they have collaborated with amazing results. They share a love of simplicity and an aesthetic sense that comes from a lifetime of shared experiences; add to this a touch of sibling rivalry and a deep understanding of each other’s thoughts and ideas, and you have Soil Design.
  • Tammy Joubert

    Tammy Joubert (9)

    Tammy Joubert is a Cape Town based graphic designer with a focus on creative concept development and illustration. She finds inspiration in the human form and all its fragility. Her work focuses on deconstructed minimal shapes and forms which she portrays in soft, vibrant colours. She is continuously exploring illustration and how this medium can live in spatial contexts.
  • Tara Deacon

    Tara Deacon (6)

    Tara Deacon is a South African Illustrator currently based in Berlin, Germany. The intrigue and magic of nature, plants, overlooked everyday scenarios and found treatures and objects are themes she often explores. Her work evokes a sense of nostalgia, naivety and sensitivity, which are all done by hand in watercolour, gouache and ink.
  • Tharien Smith

    Tharien Smith (20)

    Tharien is fascinated with perspective, chiaroscuro, Fibonacci sequence, and an avid admirer of nature. She graduated with a National Textile Diploma from TUT in 1995 She has spent most of her career working in various creative corporate environments, designing everything from furnishing fabrics to fashion, graphics and ceramic tiles. The artist resides in Cape Town combining skills to create beautiful artworks and textile products spanning across multiple mediums. Tharien is busy building her own range of products, which includes, jewellery, cushions and hand painted fabrics, to be launched soon at her shop, ‘ThariensTrimorphicArt’ which is in collaboration with Biblliophilia Bookshop in Woodstock.
  • Tiffany Loy

    Tiffany Loy (6)

    I am a Singapore-based designer trained in industrial design and textile-weaving. My current work revolves around surface design and textile experiments. I explore alternative production methods, as well as the use of existing processes to generate unexpected results. Since the set-up of my studio in 2014, I have exhibited my experimental works at museums in Singapore, Kyoto, and Milan. My approach to design is focused on materials, fabrication, and the experience of the physical object. I believe that the designer plays an important role in pushing the boundaries of material applications, and in creating relevant discourse on new technologies for the future. studio: 3A Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207524 contact: info@tiffanyloy.com instagram: @tffnyly
  • Tiphaine Alston

    Tiphaine Alston (65)

    Tiphaine is a British textile designer and a graduate of the Royal College of Art, whom splits her time between London and Cape Town. Her unique multi-layered and textured artworks are created using a combination of traditional techniques such as screen-printing, hand drawing, painting, collage, and modern digital technologies.
  • Victor Ntsindiso

    Victor Ntsindiso (14)

    I’m Ntsindiso Nqakaza, From Bizana in the Eastern. I’m a graphic designer who graduated at Ruth Prowse School of Arts. I love creating designs that will show people what is on my mind. My work contains lines and geometric shapes which are taken from African visual language. However, some of these shapes just come to my mind through African design inspiration. These designs are attentively demanding because of their abstracted elements. I grew up surrounded by rounded, squared, rectangular and hexagonally shaped houses. African architectural structure is what inspires me the most, so I’m telling African stories through my African visual language. I want to tell people who don’t know, as well as those who do, by reminding them of African cultural differences. I want to relate my designs to everyone. For me, creating patterns that are simple geometrical shapes gives me freedom of appreciation of the nature of creativity. I intend to design the way I design for seeking attention from the viewer, to keep them asking themselves some questions that will end up making them appreciate the Art of Design.
  • Willie Schlechter

    Willie Schlechter (24)

    Willie Schlechter was born in Joubertina in 1982 and matriculated from the Lady Grey Arts Academy. He received a BA FA (fine art) degree in 2004, and an MPhil VA (illustration) degree in 2008 from the University of Stellenbosch. During his Masters studies he was introduced to botanical art by Vicky Thomas, and has since been working mainly within this genre.

    Willie taught Art and Design at Stellenberg High School in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town from 2008 to 2016. During this time he often participated in group-exhibitions locally and internationally. Awards received during this period include a silver medal in 2010 at Botalia, Painted Flora in Lucca, Italy; a bronze medal in 2010 and 2013 respectively at the Kirstenbosch biennale; and a merit award at the 21st World Orchid Conference in Pretoria.

    In 2017 Willie started working as a full-time artist and took part in numerous group exhibitions, most notably Bosch in Africa, a two-yearlong travelling group exhibition curated by Sandra Hanekom, launched at Woordfees, Stellenbosch in March 2017; Natural Selection, a group show curated by Jeanne-Mare du Bois for the KKNK in April; and Wildflowers and Pollinators, a group exhibition curated by Mary van Blommestein at the Irma Stern Museum (May – June 2017). The highlight of the year, however, was being a Top 40 finalist in the Sanlam Portrait Awards, held at Rust and Vrede Gallery in Durbanville.

    One of Willie’s paintings is presently displayed in the Kirstenbosch Botanical Society’s 2018 calendar, and many of his works are digitally printed onto textiles, wallpaper, ceramics, and sold as limited edition prints.

    Willie lives in Brackenfell, and often presents watercolour workshops from his home studio and the Irma Stern Museum in Cape Town.

  • Yin Creative Studio

    Yin Creative Studio (19)

    Yin Creative Studio is founded by Yu-Yin who was born in Taiwan and currently resides in Washington State. Yu-Yin has loved to draw since she was 3 years old. She has spent most of her time on drawing, painting, printmaking, photography and Fiber Arts.

  • WORK

    WORK (35)

    WORK Pte Ltd is an award-winning design company in Singapore since 1997. Headed by Singapore's first President's Design Award recipient, Theseus Chan (Mr), the company is a highly regarded design company, both locally and internationally. Achievements include the prestigious British D&AD Awards for Outstanding Achievements and Creative Excellence continuously over the years. Present and previous international projects and collaborations include Comme des Garçons, Dover Street Market, Steidl (Germany), Louis Vuitton Japan, Moynat Paris, Hermes, Parco (Japan), The Pedder Group (Hong Kong) and Nicholas Kirkwood (UK). Projects within Singapore include the National Gallery Singapore, National Museum of Singapore, Club21, COMO Group and branding work for PHS Hairscience and DrGL® are in portfolio. WORK is also the publisher of the globally regarded, WERK Magazine for its thinking and approach to the printed matter.
  • Everyday Design (FFurious)

    Everyday Design (FFurious) (3)

    Everyday Design is a lifestyle brand that insipires fun in the day to day, by re-imagining the mundane for a better day Official Website : www.everyday.sg Follow Instagram : @hey.everyday
  • Lee Kow Fong

    Lee Kow Fong (35)

    An illustrator from the tiny island nation Singapore, Lee Kow Fong aka Ah Guo is an unrealistic dreamer, a picture-book author, a columnist as well as a full-time polytechnic lecturer. He received his MA in Children’s Book Illustration from Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University, Uk in 2011. Since then, he has been actively sharing his works online with everyone. His picture-book “The Search” was awarded “Best Children’s Title” in 2016 Singapore Book Awards Official Website : www.leekowfong.com
  • Timidlines

    Timidlines (20)

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/timidlines Singapore-based senior graphics designer, Timidlines experiments and hones her craft by churning out whimsical drawings, doodles and artworks during her spare time as a form of therapy. away from the fast-paced city life. Inspired by daily on-goings, adventures and random events happening all around her. this featured collection of amazingly cute and vibrant digital illustrations attempts to show the light side of life by using the recurring theme of animals as the central subject
  • Design Collective

    Design Collective (22)

    Design Collective is our very own LayerPlay's collection of unique designs. Looking for chic, urban designs but can't seem to find that suits? Seeking a lush, floral look for your living spaces? Check out our collection of freshly, curated designs covering themes from floral, animal, ethnic, tropical, vintage, tiled, oceanic, urban, spotted, kids to oriental designs. You're bound to find one you can fall in love with!
  • Wallpaper

    Wallpaper (1106)

    Personalised Wallpaper in Singapore with hundreds of wallpaper designs ranging from wallpaper patterns to wallpaper prints, from illustration to typography perking up boring spaces has never been easier or quicker – installation won’t take long at all. Customize wallpaper to your perfection today! Singapore First Printerior Specialist
  • Canvas Print / Poster Prints

    Canvas Print / Poster Prints (21)

    Create personalized wall art with your favourite photo. Instantly turn your photos into beautiful museum grade canvases. Our canvases materials are Eco-friendly and Green Guard Gold Health Certified. Safe for Nursery and Hospitals! Print and produced in Singapore Canvas Prints that are the perfect medium for photo and fine art reproductions, banners and window displays. Built to perfection according to your specifications with a solid wood frame. Our Satin Canvas combines brilliant colour and fades resistance with distinctively premium touch.
  • Deco Sticker — Customised

    Deco Sticker — Customised (1)

    Furniture Stickers Bored of how plain your walls, cabinets or drawers look? Ever heard of Deco Stickers? Most noteworthy is LayerPlay’s range of removable and repositionable deco stickers, furniture wraps and decals, are just what you need to spice things up at home! Re-animate pieces of dull furniture or spaces to life while having fun. With our do-it-yourself fabric or sticker-base wall decals and custom print stickers. Also all our deco stickers are uses latest HP’s latex digital printing technology In Addition we print only on premium fabric textured or sticker-based material imported from Europe. Have your own design and/or image that you prefer on these stickers? No problem! We are also able to custom print any design of your choice onto the our deco sticker material. Don't want them in tiles? Contact us and be ready with the dimension of the furniture you wish to paste it on and we will get it done for you. Don’t have an idea? Don’t fret, speak to us or browse our collection of curated designs for your inspiration!
  • Deco Sticker — Patterns

    Deco Sticker — Patterns (33)

    Furniture Stickers Bored of how plain your walls, cabinets or drawers look? Ever heard of Deco Stickers? Most noteworthy is LayerPlay’s range of removable and repositionable deco stickers, furniture wraps and decals, are just what you need to spice things up at home! Re-animate pieces of dull furniture or spaces to life while having fun. With our do-it-yourself fabric or sticker-base wall decals and custom print stickers. Also all our deco stickers are uses latest HP’s latex digital printing technology In Addition we print only on premium fabric textured or sticker-based material imported from Europe. Have your own design and/or image that you prefer on these stickers? No problem! We are also able to custom print any design of your choice onto the our deco sticker material. Don't want them in tiles? Contact us and be ready with the dimension of the furniture you wish to paste it on and we will get it done for you. Don’t have an idea? Don’t fret, speak to us or browse our collection of curated designs for your inspiration!
  • Adrienne Kerr

    Adrienne Kerr (58)

    Adrienne’s work always starts in her sketchbook with drawings in pencil, ink or watercolour before being digitised and developed into designs for wallpaper or printed textiles in photoshop or illustrator. Her inspiration and colour palettes can often be trend-driven or taken straight from her natural surroundings. She loves the drama of bold florals with striking dark and bright colour pops. She also loves the balance and calm which can be created for interior solutions using a more muted, quiet colour palette. Her designs are an eclectic mix of designs which can work individually or be used in various combinations together.
  • Alexandra Aguilar

    Alexandra Aguilar (60)

    Profile I'm a left-handed human who is a hug enthusiast and day dreamer living in Monterrey, Mexico. I have always had a special interest with patterns. It all started as a child, playing by myself with everything I could find. It could be bottle caps one day and fallen leaves the other. It had always been part of me. Those days creating objects, houses, and entire imaginary cities made out of useless things reappeared in college as an interest on design. Experience I studied Interior Design at CEDIM. Graduated in 2010. I worked at my own interior design studio for the past 4.5 years, specializing on residential design. My projects, in a more architectural way, had textures and patterns as a key element in the space. An important part of my work as an interior designer has always been to integrate textures and prints into the spaces to make rich, vivid, and cosy places. Textures in walls, floors, upholstery, decor, and art. In 2017 I decided it was time to pursue my long-time dream and become a full-time surface designer. Process I always carry my notebook for a quick sketch if an idea pops into my mind or if I stumble upon an interesting motif. I always start in paper to later digitize the pattern in Illustrator and occasionally in Photoshop to give it more texture. Most of my patterns are inspired by nature, but I also enjoy exploring new topics. I play with abstract themes and repeats but also with figurative forms, or something in between. Let's connect & create something together! https://www.alexandraaguilar.com
  • aLoveSupreme

    aLoveSupreme (32)

    Intelligent, playful and creative with a dash of whimsy, are at the heart of aLoveSupreme. Drawing inspiration from vintage, typographical and whimsical themes, Ryan surprises with an off-the-wall series of wallpaper designs that is fresh and quirky. The light-hearted nature of the various themes complement the bold bright colours used throughout the range. aLoveSupreme is both entertaining and sophisticated with a focus on original hand-drawn illustrations.
  • Art Studio Helene

    Art Studio Helene (25)

    Helene van der Laag, owner and creative force behind Art Studio Helene, is a self-taught surface pattern designer from Netherlands. Helene is passionate about designs and deeply inspired by nature.
  • Atang Tshikare

    Atang Tshikare (19)

    The Zabalaaza collection by Atang Tshikare is a playful and colourful collection based on Atangs well known scribbles and doodles. It’s reminiscent of the memphis design but also incorporates his more structured architectural sketches of local building and scenery. Atang is well known for his quirky design and is one of South Africas rising stars in the art world. Atang’s work has featured internationally and won the prestigious designer of the year for 100% Design 2014.
  • Binary Style

    Binary Style (7)

    The art of storytelling extends beyond oral traditions and written words. Binary Style, a Singapore brand founded by twin sister designers Santhi and Sari Tunas, chose scarves as a medium to narrate the Singapore story. Using vivid colours and catchy patterns, Binary Style captures the essence of this South-east Asian melting pot through their designs. Singapore's biodiversity also features prominently in their scarf designs. Binary Style's signature whimsical prints are now available on wallpapers in collaboration with LayerPlay.
  • Blandat

    Blandat (24)

    Blandat was founded in 2013 by the Dutch designer Debby van der Veer, a graduate of the KABK Art Academy in The Netherlands. BLANDAT is the Swedish word that is used to describe a mix of material, colour and technique. It represents the essence that typifies the brand, particularly being hand-drawn illustrations with an always visible pencil, combined with many textures brought together which result in prints inspired by Africa. Blandat currently produces a range of illustrated scarfs and a small range of fabrics. “Le chique d’ afrique” collection has the nice and nasty brought together, in structures and visuals. The collection makes combinations of organic structures with man-made items that display luxury and wealth. Prints can be big and overwhelming, creating a world wherein one is inspired, confronted and encouraged to be creative. Colours are sometimes found to be wild and clashing. Blandat’s geometric prints are combinations of triangles & blocks with multiple different structures that play with one’s eye in the most strange, yet familiar ways.
  • Cottonberry

    Cottonberry (28)

    Felicity Ellis grew up on a farm in the Midlands. She describes herself as an experimental, self-taught textile designer. A background in Advertising and a passion for Design lead Felicity to establish a Fabric and Design Studio called Cottonberry – a small but growing business that has marketed ranges through Mavromac and Hertex, and has show-cased ranges at George Spencer Designs and Decorex in London. The Indigo Bay collection was inspired by a dreamy family holiday to Bazaruto. To capture the essence of laid-back paradise, Felicity experimented with Shibori – the ancient Japanese art of fabric dyeing. She loves the way the designs literally ‘unfold’ to create themselves. And the result is simple and honest, yet indefinable and sophisticated.
  • Daleen Roodt

    Daleen Roodt (6)

    Born in Pretoria in 1986, Daleen Roodt is a mostly self-taught artist. After one year of studying art, she studied languages at the University of Pretoria and did an honours degree in translation and professional writing. Her botanical background began in 2008 with scientific illustrations for SANBI and the University of Pretoria, followed by various projects illustrating field guides and botanical journals. Commissioned to capture the indigenous flora of the Francolin Conservancy, she painted a collection of over 50 botanical works in watercolour and oil paint that formed the basis of her first solo exhibition in 2012. In 2010 she received a bronze medal at the Kirstenbosch Biennale for botanical watercolours, and in 2013 a silver medal for her botanical copper etchings. Daleen started doing copper etching in 2012 following a commission of journeying to Cambodia, and soon afterwards this intriguing medium manifested as her new style of botanical expression, complimenting her already established style of detailed watercolour illustrations to convey her fascination with the detail offered by Nature.
  • Deco Redux

    Deco Redux (16)

    Nadia du Plessis © 2017 RSWallpaper under license
  • Design Mate

    Design Mate (23)

    The Design Mate Collection for Robin Sprong Wallpaper is a stylish mix of prints, largely inspired by nature and translated into a bold and graphic artistic visual. With a playful mix of colours and shapes, the collection leans towards the simplistic approach of Scandinavian design, but with a distinctly South African edge.
  • Design Team

    Design Team (25)

    Design Team creates feel-good printed fabrics, inspired by nature and every-day life on the African continent. Cotton and linen base cloths are custom dyed to a unique colour palette and printing is done by hand using flatbed screen printing techniques. Amanda Haupt and Lise Butler started DesignTeam while completing their Textile design and Technology degrees in 2000. What started out as a single stand at a trade show focusing on scatter cushions, grew to a brand that has become recognizable and loved by South Africans and sold across the globe. We believe that textiles are the most widely used and understood design medium because of its tactile and functional nature. Design Team strives to make good design accessible with a positive narrative through pattern and colour – now also available as wallpaper!
  • Donna Solovei

    Donna Solovei (7)

    Donna Solovei is a little thing. But her work – illustration-based creations adapted to suit different mediums, is pretty big. Hers is a playful, intricate world bursting with life while remaining delicate in its expression. Donna’s most recent obsession has been the merging and melding of animals – an imaginative world of might be’s and could’ve been where two become one. There is a certain kind of sensitivity to aesthetics in Donna’s work; she employs natural lines, influenced by the textures and shapes of the world around us, to depict her characters. Creating awareness in her own way, Donna’s love for animals is depicted in her drawings. Even as more animal species become endangered, Donna goes beyond the expected to create impossible new breeds on paper – Hycupines and Pythopards roam free in the jungles of this artist’s mind. Wide-eyed in wonder, she puts up on the walls, the things that don’t exist but that she pines to see come to life in the world.
  • Fabricnation

    Fabricnation (48)

    This collection showcases an interpretation of selected Fabricnation textile designs. Colour and scale have been adapted to create fresh wallpapers. Fabricnation was established in 2007, but it has its roots in a bond forged two decades earlier when its designers, Jane Solomon and Jann Cheifitz began designing and printing together in a garage. Jane and Jann are inspired by the African textile tradition, rendered in a modern urban context with its blending of diverse sources and influences to create the fabric of a nation.
  • Franco Moz

    Franco Moz (15)

    Our stunning Tropical Leaf collection was designed by none other than our Senior in-house designer, Franco Moz. These palm trees and banana leaves are one of our most sought-after ranges and are incredibly versatile – they can create a relaxed, cosy interior feel, or be used in different colours to turn a feature wall into an elegant masterpiece.
  • Gillian Fuller

    Gillian Fuller (15)

    “My inspiration comes from anything and everything in the world around me. From the angles, details, perspective and structure of architecture to the tiniest hint of an idea, which develops and changes as I work on it. My approach is to abstract what I see!”
  • Glorinah Khutso Mabaso

    Glorinah Khutso Mabaso (20)

    Boledi is Glorinah’s praise singing name usually used to show the highest form of respect and acknowledgement. Born in Limpopo and grew up in the city of Pretoria, she has embedded her nostalgic early childhood life in her heart and continues to reflect it in her wallpapers and fabrics, whilst her modern side is strongly evident in her furniture range. Extreme neutrals, bold geometric patterns, careful use of colour and simple lines represent her signature style. Being a true city girl with a rural heart, her core mission is to re-define the African design style and introduce her version of high-end modern Africa to the modern world.
  • Lin Barrie

    Lin Barrie (18)

    Expressing her hopes, fears and love for special ecosystems with her paintbrush, Lin Barrie believes that the abstract essence of a landscape, person or animal can only truly be captured by direct observation. She immerses herself in her subjects, whether it is a night sky,  sketching rhinos drinking at a favourite waterhole, watching African wild dogs and their pups, or capturing the mood of an African dawn.
  • Lisa Swanepoel

    Lisa Swanepoel (10)

    Lisa Swanepoel trained as a Fine Artist and Textile Designer. Lisa’s work always shows her passion for vibrant colour and detailed decorative pattern. Her career began as a print designer and window installation conceptualiser, she was also the creator of high-end kids clothing. Through these experiences, she was directed into large-scale installation artworks using a variety of material. Some of the materials she experimented with resulted in LED-backlit multicoloured Perspex, 3-D relief works created from Pantone cards and vinyl, 3-D enamel painted mirror artworks, as well as, woven coloured card creating abstract and irregular frame installations, enamel painted tiles for splashbacks, large-scale typographic signs, which made use of multiple layers of foam board, created out of colourful vinyl and thousands of map pins…to name a few. Wallpaper and textile design has always been her first love and remembers as a young child being fascinated and inspired to create her own versions in her spare time.
  • Lizo Somhlahlo

    Lizo Somhlahlo (18)

    Lizo is a Fine Art graduate of the Walter Sisulu University and a Textile Designer based in King William’s Town. His latest creation is a hand-drawn portrait of the late Albertina Sisulu on a Shweshwe skirt panel. He’s inspired by a hunger for knowledge that demands high standards and encourages self-development in the design world. “My collection is inspired by our beautiful continent Africa and its diverse cultures. This is evident in the pattern designs I used in my collection and the use of earth colours. The colours bring a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere into the room, the atmosphere we all love to have for our beloved continent”.
  • Louise Hunt

    Louise Hunt (15)

    Armed with a passion for design and colour the Hunt family have been creating extraordinary textiles for the past thirty years. Combining various techniques Rae and Tony (Stanley) carved a new niche in the world of hand-painted textiles which is now known as African Sadza Batik. The new Stanley & Rae range of fabrics designed by Louise Hunt for Robin Sprong wallpaper incorporates the Sadza batik method with hand-carved 10x10mm block prints. Designs are inspired by African prints, Ethiopian crosses, wrought iron and seed pods
  • MyV Design Studio

    MyV Design Studio (143)

    MyV Design Studio is based in Bulgaria, EU. Its portfolio includes a wide range of design disciplines, including (but not limited to) pattern and graphic design, 3D and product visuals, communication and advertising, service and user experience design. The lead designer is Mariya Vasileva, who holds a Master's degree in Design and has collaborated with many renowned companies worldwide. MyV's pattern design aims to be contemporary, trendy and extraordinary. Our pattern variety is constantly being broadened with hand-drawn, hand-painted, vector, digital, photographic designs plus numerous choices of styles and colors. Our goal is to present customers with high range of top quality patterns to satisfy their refined taste.
  • Novella

    Novella (27)

    N O V E L L A is a contemporary Cape Town-based home & lifestyle brand, which started out of designer Marieke Goncalves’ love of all things textile and her never-ending desire to beautify spaces. The range draws inspiration, in part, from the organic geometry of African pattern and hand-craft techniques, and from the simplicity and subtlety of a contemporary, minimalist aesthetic, echoing her own design experience, gained both at the Design Academy, Eindhoven in the Netherlands, and locally at CPUT in Cape Town.
  • Odessa Begay

    Odessa Begay (12)

    Odessa is a designer and illustrator in Los Angeles who studied at the Tisch School of Arts at NYU. Although most people will tell you that nobody walks in LA, many of her designs are particularly conceived while doing just that. She enjoys drawing plants, wildlife and working with texture and shading.
  • OhSoSa

    OhSoSa (17)

    OhSoSa is a collaboration between interior designer, Paige Waplington, and photographer, Warwick Locke. “We wanted our designs to be about things that are South African, from hadedas to giraffes, strelitzias to zebras, with maybe a chongololo thrown in there somewhere; these things are all Oh So South African.”

    “OhSoSa is our fun place, a place we can let our quirky, zany sides shine without the inevitable confines of a client-based relationship. We want our inner children to drive our designs, and let them lead us to places we so seldom go”.
  • Patrick Bezalel

    Patrick Bezalel (2)

    Website: https://patrickbezalel.com/ Inspired by the creativity of our God that created us, Patrick Bezalel is a freelance creative director and artist that has a vision to bring these art pieces of inspiration into every home and work place Throughout Patrick’s 20 years as a designer, photographer and artist, he continuously explored creating art pieces in different medium from watercolour to acrylic to pencil, exploring and developing his own style. With his life significantly transformed by Yeshua, he started his first art piece in digital hyper-realism when he heard the Lord challenged him to a lesson of patience. Creating a full picture tediously stroke by stroke, the Lord showed him the beauty and fruits of patience. Inspired by the word of God, he continued to work on more pieces. His vision is for anyone who sees any of these art pieces to be reminded of Yeshua and His grace in their lives. He decided to commit his life full time to this cause in 2017. Patrick’s dream is to start a non-profit art/media school to equip needy youths with artistic skills- for them to acquire a vocation and be financially independent. He is hopeful that revenue generated from his art will fund the operations of the school.
  • Patricia Braune

    Patricia Braune (64)

    After 20 years in advertising as a graphic designer and art director, Patricia embarked on a new career in surface design and quickly fell in love with it. Working from her Sydney studio, the discipline enables her to combine her strong eye for composition with her passion for beautiful hand illustration, creating her signature style.

    Born in Brazil, raised in South Africa, and now living in Sydney, Patricia is truly a child of the world. She loves seeking out new global influences for her work, which is mostly drawn from the natural environment.

    “I love to travel, and often when I’m out walking I’ll spot a flower, tree, or leaves that I photograph and then research, which eventually becomes a design in a collection,” she says. “Because I draw aspects from nature, my inspiration is never-ending.”

    Patricia’s work starts as pen on paper, capturing all the details, movement and shape of her subject matter. Her designs are decorative, with a dreamy quality.

  • Rebekah Hutchinson

    Rebekah Hutchinson (7)

    Rebekah Hutchinson is a Surface Designer based in the UK with a strong passion for creating textured artwork. Her love for wall coverings developed at University, where she used a combination of mark-making techniques and modern digital technologies. Endless Abstraction draws inspiration from our surrounding environment, natural textures and crumbling weathered surfaces reveal layer after layer of different marks, patterns and colours. The collection is purely about the creation of beautiful marks, using a range of different tools and techniques to apply paint and ink to paper. Individual layering and careful placement make each design have its own unique combination of abstract marks, that create a sense of curiosity, wonder and imagination within interior spaces.
  • Renee Rossouw

    Renee Rossouw (9)

    Renee Rossouw is a South African, Cape Town-based architect and artist-designer. Her work focusses on colour, geometries and patterns, which she thinks are all inspired by the lego sets of the 1980s and a gigantic atlas her parents gave her for her 7th birthday called “It’s a big big world”. She is committed to exploring African identity and the development of the South African design Industry.
  • Room 13

    Room 13 (64)

    The Room 13 Collection is a unique range of textiles, cushions and wallpaper designed and produced by Room 13 Design (www.room13.co.za). Based in Cape Town, our boutique graphic design studio has been crafting beautiful things for over ten years. For a long time, it has been our dream to branch out into a new business where we could be our own client, and design a range that was true to our unique style; a collection that we would want in our very own homes. Developed over a period of three years, the Room 13 Collection is inspired by a vast compilation of concepts and ideas collected over time. These were then lovingly tailored by our talented designers and art directors into the drawings, collages and graphics now featured in these collections. We hope that each item will bring as much joy to your home as went into the making of it. With love from The Room 13 team
  • Rudi De Wet

    Rudi De Wet (17)

    Rudi de Wet Studio is an independent studio based in Cape Town, South Africa that produces work for a variety of media and environments, for local and international clients from concept to craft. Specialising in illustration, hand-drawn type, interior artwork and graphic design. Rudi de Wet is a graphic artist whose work is characterised by bold, colourful and energetic executions.
  • Sabrina Balbuena

    Sabrina Balbuena (10)

    Sabrina Balbuena is a creative and highly sensitive designer. One of the most inspiring things for her is visiting new places. She always prints her feelings and impressions on her collections everytime she finds a magical emplacement. Sabrina began her professional career as a children book illustrator but her passion for fashion and textiles as a powerful communication tool led her to change books for patterns. And for that reason, its colorful collections have stories behind them. Her intention in designing is above all to communicate her philosophy through her designs: a society built on values, love, friendship and respect
  • Sarah Corynen

    Sarah Corynen (41)

    Sarah Corynen is a Belgian designer and artist, originally educated in fashion design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, graduated in 1993. For many years she has been employed in the fashion industry and related fields. Gradually she started focusing more on the graphics and experimental side of her work and at the same time, she limited her fashion-work to the knitwear medium. In addition to the knitwear, she continued making drawings, graphic artworks and objects using different media such as black Indian ink, coloured markers, cardboard, acrylic colours, etc. In the past years, she has developed a body of work in which applied and autonomous art coexist. Sarah mainly finds inspiration in daily life situations, nature, animals… In all her work she tries to maintain a graphical language that is bold, simple, brute, witty, straightforward and with a touch of humour. In February 2014 Sarah Corynen started her own creative studio and she showed her drawings for the first time at the textile shows Première Vision in Paris and Heimtextil in Frankfurt. Clients she worked with in the past are worldwide and produce fashion or home/interior products. Her goal for the near future is to further develop this graphic style and aesthetic in self-initiated or commissioned projects. Sarah Corynen lives and works in Belgium.
  • Sara Ord

    Sara Ord (25)

    Sara Ord Interiors, an international design practice and online retail emporium based in Cape Town, proffer colourful interior solutions and products to the modern aesthete. Sara is renowned for her sophisticated use of saturated hues, embroidering the contemporary and traditional into an up to the minute interior. The in-house product lines consist of tableware, linen, lighting and a successful fabric range and wallpaper collection. One-off pieces are also collected from far and wide, adding to the practice’s nomadic design ethic… ‘gathered, comfortable, well loved.’
  • Soil & Co.

    Soil & Co. (14)

    Soil & Co. Designs represent the combined artistic skills of two sisters. Over the course of their careers they have collaborated with amazing results. They share a love of simplicity and an aesthetic sense that comes from a lifetime of shared experiences; add to this a touch of sibling rivalry and a deep understanding of each other’s thoughts and ideas, and you have Soil Design.
  • Tammy Joubert

    Tammy Joubert (9)

    Tammy Joubert is a Cape Town based graphic designer with a focus on creative concept development and illustration. She finds inspiration in the human form and all its fragility. Her work focuses on deconstructed minimal shapes and forms which she portrays in soft, vibrant colours. She is continuously exploring illustration and how this medium can live in spatial contexts.
  • Tara Deacon

    Tara Deacon (6)

    Tara Deacon is a South African Illustrator currently based in Berlin, Germany. The intrigue and magic of nature, plants, overlooked everyday scenarios and found treatures and objects are themes she often explores. Her work evokes a sense of nostalgia, naivety and sensitivity, which are all done by hand in watercolour, gouache and ink.
  • Tharien Smith

    Tharien Smith (20)

    Tharien is fascinated with perspective, chiaroscuro, Fibonacci sequence, and an avid admirer of nature. She graduated with a National Textile Diploma from TUT in 1995 She has spent most of her career working in various creative corporate environments, designing everything from furnishing fabrics to fashion, graphics and ceramic tiles. The artist resides in Cape Town combining skills to create beautiful artworks and textile products spanning across multiple mediums. Tharien is busy building her own range of products, which includes, jewellery, cushions and hand painted fabrics, to be launched soon at her shop, ‘ThariensTrimorphicArt’ which is in collaboration with Biblliophilia Bookshop in Woodstock.
  • Tiffany Loy

    Tiffany Loy (6)

    I am a Singapore-based designer trained in industrial design and textile-weaving. My current work revolves around surface design and textile experiments. I explore alternative production methods, as well as the use of existing processes to generate unexpected results. Since the set-up of my studio in 2014, I have exhibited my experimental works at museums in Singapore, Kyoto, and Milan. My approach to design is focused on materials, fabrication, and the experience of the physical object. I believe that the designer plays an important role in pushing the boundaries of material applications, and in creating relevant discourse on new technologies for the future. studio: 3A Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207524 contact: info@tiffanyloy.com instagram: @tffnyly
  • Tiphaine Alston

    Tiphaine Alston (65)

    Tiphaine is a British textile designer and a graduate of the Royal College of Art, whom splits her time between London and Cape Town. Her unique multi-layered and textured artworks are created using a combination of traditional techniques such as screen-printing, hand drawing, painting, collage, and modern digital technologies.
  • Victor Ntsindiso

    Victor Ntsindiso (14)

    I’m Ntsindiso Nqakaza, From Bizana in the Eastern. I’m a graphic designer who graduated at Ruth Prowse School of Arts. I love creating designs that will show people what is on my mind. My work contains lines and geometric shapes which are taken from African visual language. However, some of these shapes just come to my mind through African design inspiration. These designs are attentively demanding because of their abstracted elements. I grew up surrounded by rounded, squared, rectangular and hexagonally shaped houses. African architectural structure is what inspires me the most, so I’m telling African stories through my African visual language. I want to tell people who don’t know, as well as those who do, by reminding them of African cultural differences. I want to relate my designs to everyone. For me, creating patterns that are simple geometrical shapes gives me freedom of appreciation of the nature of creativity. I intend to design the way I design for seeking attention from the viewer, to keep them asking themselves some questions that will end up making them appreciate the Art of Design.
  • Willie Schlechter

    Willie Schlechter (24)

    Willie Schlechter was born in Joubertina in 1982 and matriculated from the Lady Grey Arts Academy. He received a BA FA (fine art) degree in 2004, and an MPhil VA (illustration) degree in 2008 from the University of Stellenbosch. During his Masters studies he was introduced to botanical art by Vicky Thomas, and has since been working mainly within this genre.

    Willie taught Art and Design at Stellenberg High School in the Northern suburbs of Cape Town from 2008 to 2016. During this time he often participated in group-exhibitions locally and internationally. Awards received during this period include a silver medal in 2010 at Botalia, Painted Flora in Lucca, Italy; a bronze medal in 2010 and 2013 respectively at the Kirstenbosch biennale; and a merit award at the 21st World Orchid Conference in Pretoria.

    In 2017 Willie started working as a full-time artist and took part in numerous group exhibitions, most notably Bosch in Africa, a two-yearlong travelling group exhibition curated by Sandra Hanekom, launched at Woordfees, Stellenbosch in March 2017; Natural Selection, a group show curated by Jeanne-Mare du Bois for the KKNK in April; and Wildflowers and Pollinators, a group exhibition curated by Mary van Blommestein at the Irma Stern Museum (May – June 2017). The highlight of the year, however, was being a Top 40 finalist in the Sanlam Portrait Awards, held at Rust and Vrede Gallery in Durbanville.

    One of Willie’s paintings is presently displayed in the Kirstenbosch Botanical Society’s 2018 calendar, and many of his works are digitally printed onto textiles, wallpaper, ceramics, and sold as limited edition prints.

    Willie lives in Brackenfell, and often presents watercolour workshops from his home studio and the Irma Stern Museum in Cape Town.

  • Yin Creative Studio

    Yin Creative Studio (19)

    Yin Creative Studio is founded by Yu-Yin who was born in Taiwan and currently resides in Washington State. Yu-Yin has loved to draw since she was 3 years old. She has spent most of her time on drawing, painting, printmaking, photography and Fiber Arts.

  • WORK

    WORK (35)

    WORK Pte Ltd is an award-winning design company in Singapore since 1997. Headed by Singapore's first President's Design Award recipient, Theseus Chan (Mr), the company is a highly regarded design company, both locally and internationally. Achievements include the prestigious British D&AD Awards for Outstanding Achievements and Creative Excellence continuously over the years. Present and previous international projects and collaborations include Comme des Garçons, Dover Street Market, Steidl (Germany), Louis Vuitton Japan, Moynat Paris, Hermes, Parco (Japan), The Pedder Group (Hong Kong) and Nicholas Kirkwood (UK). Projects within Singapore include the National Gallery Singapore, National Museum of Singapore, Club21, COMO Group and branding work for PHS Hairscience and DrGL® are in portfolio. WORK is also the publisher of the globally regarded, WERK Magazine for its thinking and approach to the printed matter.
  • Everyday Design (FFurious)

    Everyday Design (FFurious) (3)

    Everyday Design is a lifestyle brand that insipires fun in the day to day, by re-imagining the mundane for a better day Official Website : www.everyday.sg Follow Instagram : @hey.everyday
  • Lee Kow Fong

    Lee Kow Fong (35)

    An illustrator from the tiny island nation Singapore, Lee Kow Fong aka Ah Guo is an unrealistic dreamer, a picture-book author, a columnist as well as a full-time polytechnic lecturer. He received his MA in Children’s Book Illustration from Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University, Uk in 2011. Since then, he has been actively sharing his works online with everyone. His picture-book “The Search” was awarded “Best Children’s Title” in 2016 Singapore Book Awards Official Website : www.leekowfong.com
  • Timidlines

    Timidlines (20)

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/timidlines Singapore-based senior graphics designer, Timidlines experiments and hones her craft by churning out whimsical drawings, doodles and artworks during her spare time as a form of therapy. away from the fast-paced city life. Inspired by daily on-goings, adventures and random events happening all around her. this featured collection of amazingly cute and vibrant digital illustrations attempts to show the light side of life by using the recurring theme of animals as the central subject
  • Design Collective

    Design Collective (22)

    Design Collective is our very own LayerPlay's collection of unique designs. Looking for chic, urban designs but can't seem to find that suits? Seeking a lush, floral look for your living spaces? Check out our collection of freshly, curated designs covering themes from floral, animal, ethnic, tropical, vintage, tiled, oceanic, urban, spotted, kids to oriental designs. You're bound to find one you can fall in love with!
  • Wallpaper

    Wallpaper (1106)

    Personalised Wallpaper in Singapore with hundreds of wallpaper designs ranging from wallpaper patterns to wallpaper prints, from illustration to typography perking up boring spaces has never been easier or quicker – installation won’t take long at all. Customize wallpaper to your perfection today! Singapore First Printerior Specialist
  • Canvas Print / Poster Prints

    Canvas Print / Poster Prints (21)

    Create personalized wall art with your favourite photo. Instantly turn your photos into beautiful museum grade canvases. Our canvases materials are Eco-friendly and Green Guard Gold Health Certified. Safe for Nursery and Hospitals! Print and produced in Singapore Canvas Prints that are the perfect medium for photo and fine art reproductions, banners and window displays. Built to perfection according to your specifications with a solid wood frame. Our Satin Canvas combines brilliant colour and fades resistance with distinctively premium touch.
  • Deco Sticker — Customised

    Deco Sticker — Customised (1)

    Furniture Stickers Bored of how plain your walls, cabinets or drawers look? Ever heard of Deco Stickers? Most noteworthy is LayerPlay’s range of removable and repositionable deco stickers, furniture wraps and decals, are just what you need to spice things up at home! Re-animate pieces of dull furniture or spaces to life while having fun. With our do-it-yourself fabric or sticker-base wall decals and custom print stickers. Also all our deco stickers are uses latest HP’s latex digital printing technology In Addition we print only on premium fabric textured or sticker-based material imported from Europe. Have your own design and/or image that you prefer on these stickers? No problem! We are also able to custom print any design of your choice onto the our deco sticker material. Don't want them in tiles? Contact us and be ready with the dimension of the furniture you wish to paste it on and we will get it done for you. Don’t have an idea? Don’t fret, speak to us or browse our collection of curated designs for your inspiration!
  • Deco Sticker — Patterns

    Deco Sticker — Patterns (33)

    Furniture Stickers Bored of how plain your walls, cabinets or drawers look? Ever heard of Deco Stickers? Most noteworthy is LayerPlay’s range of removable and repositionable deco stickers, furniture wraps and decals, are just what you need to spice things up at home! Re-animate pieces of dull furniture or spaces to life while having fun. With our do-it-yourself fabric or sticker-base wall decals and custom print stickers. Also all our deco stickers are uses latest HP’s latex digital printing technology In Addition we print only on premium fabric textured or sticker-based material imported from Europe. Have your own design and/or image that you prefer on these stickers? No problem! We are also able to custom print any design of your choice onto the our deco sticker material. Don't want them in tiles? Contact us and be ready with the dimension of the furniture you wish to paste it on and we will get it done for you. Don’t have an idea? Don’t fret, speak to us or browse our collection of curated designs for your inspiration!
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