Trompe l'ceil literally translates to "a trick of the eye" and is defined as a device to create the illusion of a three dimensional object. Add the impression of texture, depth and dimension to your porch or patio with a cleverly printed, weatherproof decorative pillow. Your eye sees a checkerboard of repurposed cotton Denim and White twill fabrics, woven with a Black and White weft, where a smooth, digitally reproduced image on sun-, rain-, dog-, and child-proof recycled P.E.T. fabric actually exists.
Crafted by artisans committed to fair-labor practices.
This masterpiece of clean lines and uncompromising balance
portrays a stack of Ivory cotton fabric shapes perfectly pieced together and inset into a Black ground. The crispness of contrast is unequalled by any other technique. This season Annie is showcasing ...
Cynthia Wick is one of Annie's artist crushes.
A Los Angeles native now living in The Berkshires, her stunning, colorful paintings ooze luminous California color and light. Using an inventive mix of acrylics, oils and collage, she creates bold, lyrical ...
Random geometric elements pay homage to the unique
art of traditional African Kuba weavings in Natural, Gold and Black. Digitally printed, front and back, on the richness of rustic linen, piped seams and laundered for softness.
This inky print in bluesy hues of Shale,
Indigo, Sky and Slate brings to mind moonlit blooms or the velvety underside of mushroom caps. Double sided print on the freshness of ivory linen, finished with self piping on all sides. ...