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Stenciled Sugar Floors by Linda Florence

Another artist featured in the Surface Design journal article on floors is Linda Florence. I have seen Linda’s wallpapers featured on blogs and in the book, The Cutting Edge of Wallpaper, but this article focused on her “Sugar” flloors.

Linda Florence

Linda, a London-based, award-winning print designer uses stencils to create temporary, ephemeral patterned floors with sugar. SWEET!

Linda Florence

She has even created on for a Victoria and Albert Museum exhitition, and part of the creative process involves couples dancing the waltz across the floor.

Linda Florence

Wallpapers combine classic floral damasks with computer graphics.

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She silkscreens on slate….

Linda Florence

and designs extravagant window displays with elaborate vinyl patterns. I’m inspired….are you?

3 comments

  1. This is so wonderful!!!! I have finally met a designer in my area (Idaho Falls, Idaho) that appreciates the level that stenciling has evolved to. I have a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and although I could not use stencils in class, I have used them everywhere since I graduated. You just can’t achieve the same look or chrispness with attention to detail that you can with a stencil versus hand painted. I love being a “decorative artist” and appreciate such wonderful use of design elements. I look forward to seeing more!!

  2. Oh I just love those silk screens on slate!! Gorgeous!! Love Damask 🙂

  3. you can definitely see the artists inspiration of old victorian floral patterns and how she may have been inspired by william morris… Fantastic art work and i’m glad for uni i get to research and experience some of the art work 🙂

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