ZigZagZurich is striving to perfect the art of rest with its latest Artist Bedding Collection, a three-pattern series all in hand-spun Italian cotton sateen. The bold colors and forms in Casso, by collagist Brian De Graft, derive from the abstract paintings of Pablo Picasso. For the exotic Escorial, Pintura Studio, the fabric and wall-covering outfit founded by Christine Isles and Edward Rollins, utilized hand-cut stencils to create its jungle-themed expanses, which were then transferred to silk screens. And the man that brought the team together, ZigZag creative director Michele Rondelli, contributed the dramatic Panama, in moody gray with swaths of blue. “Art became a reserve for everything that no longer had a place in an industrialized society: mastery in handcraft, mythical thinking, and self-reflection,” Rondelli says. “Brian, Christine, Edward, and I embrace it all.”
Colors and Cotton Abound in ZigZagZurich's Latest Bedding Collection
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