Introducing the CultureLabel Collection

Limited edition deckchairs, prints and totes available now featuring artwork from our 2015 Bridgeman Studio Award winners

Limited Edition deckchairs on CultureLabel.com featuring artwork by Yoko Honda, Rosie Emerson and Laurie Hastings
Limited Edition deckchairs on CultureLabel.com featuring artwork by Yoko Honda, Rosie Emerson and Laurie Hastings

 

We are delighted to announce the launch of The CultureLabel Collection, a unique creative collaboration with the winners of the 2015 Bridgeman Studio Award. You can now see the wonderful images from Yoko Honda, Laurie Hastings and Rosie Emerson on deckchairs, tote bags and prints. All exclusive limited editions.

Lucy Baxter, Commercial Director at CultureLabel says; "The winning formula for us is an artist that stands out from the crowd and instantly captures your attention and imagination with a style you’ve never seen before. If you take that and couple it with hand crafted traditional product in limited editions - it’s an original twist on a classic that makes it special."

Following a press launch on July 29 the Collection has been been featured in the Home section of the UK's Sunday Times with particular prominence given to Yoko Honda's California Dreaming deckchair. The orders are already flying in! 

About the Artists

 

California Dreaming Deckchair, Print and Tote Bag by Yoko Honda on CultureLabel.com
California Dreaming Deckchair, Print and Tote Bag by Yoko Honda on CultureLabel.com

 

Yoko Honda

Yoko Honda is one to watch. Growing up in Japan in the 80s her illustrations are ingeniously transferred from memory to print in a such a distinctive way that her work has the power to instantly transport you back several decades.

People of Print magazine say: 'I am obsessed with Japanese artist Yoko Honda’s homages to all things 80′s. Through a combination of digital painting and print, she constructs scenes of resplendent kitsch, made up of palm trees, motels, neon signs and swimming pools, all inter-dispersed with structured lines, tiles or interior architecture.’

 

Ebony Deckchair, I Have Fallen A Long Way Clouds Are Flowering Print and Ebony Tote by Rosie Emerson on CultureLabel.com
Ebony Deckchair, I Have Fallen A Long Way Clouds Are Flowering Print and Ebony Tote by Rosie Emerson on CultureLabel.com

 

Rosie Emerson

Rosie Emerson is a printmaker on the up, experimentally combining print, photography, collage and film to portray ethereal goddesses enchanting you into their mythological world.  Her screenprints transform the female figure into something surreal and dreamy,  often using unusual materials including charcoal powder, ash and sawdust to create a subtle texture. 
 
Her work is widely collected and exhibited both in the UK, as well as internationally and has also been commissioned by brands and individuals including Sony and Triumph Underwear. Her work has also been featured in Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.  In 2014 she was invited to be Artist in Residence at Somerset House and was commissioned by Hackney WickED Arts Festival to create a new world record by making the world’s largest Cyanotype photograph.

 

Lily Pond Deckchair, Print and Tote Bag by Laurie Hastings on CultureLabel.com
Lily Pond Deckchair, Print and Tote Bag by Laurie Hastings on CultureLabel.com

 

Laurie Hastings

Laurie is an illustrator and printmaker, currently living, drawing and printing in London. Since growing up in the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong, Laurie has always been a keen observer of her surroundings. She is interested in exploring the use of texture and pattern to build atmosphere and create visually appealing images.
 
Laurie works for a wide variety of international clients, with recent commissions including book jackets for Random House, Hodder and Stoughton, and pieces for The Independent and The Boston Globe Newspaper.
 

 

 

Find Out More

The CultureLabel Collection was launched on July 29 and has been featured in the UK's Sunday Times home section.  

The Collection is available to purchase online and will also be in the Secret Emporium at Wilderness Festival this August.

Nik Van Es, another Bridgeman Studio Award winner, was commsissioned to design a map for Wilderness Fesival

Bridgeman Studio artist workshops at Wilderness Festival 

As part of their prize, Bridgeman Studio Award winners are invited to join Bridgeman Studio for image licensing.

Please contact the Bridgeman team at nysales@bridgemanimages.com with licensing enquiries.

 

CultureLabel press conference in Notting Hill, London
CultureLabel press conference in Notting Hill, London

 


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