Tektura have updated their digital design library!

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Explore 5 new designs from 2 of Tektura’s digital designers. Click here to view and download the whole brochure. 

Award-winning Custhom was founded in 2010 by Jemma Ooi and Nathan Philpott. Their creative processes include silkscreen printing and hand foiling, while exploring and experimenting with oils, watercolours, and materials such as carbon particles. In collaboration with Tektura, together they have translated two new concepts into wallcoverings – ethereal prints inspired by night skies and distant galaxies.

Block colours, bold shapes, simple architectural and geometric forms. Jonnie Lawes creates designs with a distinctly graphic edge, reflecting his love of geometry, shape and pattern. Using fresh and vibrant colours, his designs are perfect for creating an uplifting and stimulating interior.

Also take a sneak peak of some of the other designs in Tektura’s digital wallcovering library – discover intricate illustrations, escape into the wilderness of the natural world or make a statement in bold bright and graphic designs.

Depending on the design, Tektura can recolour and repeat the design to fit any space. They can scale up/down as needed, print onto a host of different grounds and textures, and all designs are offered as wallcovering, window film, acrylic artwork and can be printed onto their Zintra acoustic panels

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About Jess Mockler

Jess is a Marketing & Event professional who joined the BCFA as a Marketing Executive in 2019. Working closely with designers and BCFA members, Jess has published an array of content for the Commercial sector.
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