Art prints & frames, handmade in England since 1982
Hormazd Narielwalla is a London-based, award-winning artist who works in collage, utilising tailoring patterns to create artworks exploring the body in abstract form. His practice began in the workrooms of the tailoring firm Dege & Skinner on Savile Row with an artist's book, "Dead Man's Patterns", which reflects on the bespoke suit patterns of deceased customers.
Narielwalla has worked with patterns from many sources but most recently used vintage magazine pattern inserts to create his series "Le Petit Echo de la Mode" from which this collection of limited editions derives.
Read more about Hormazd and see inside his studio on our blog.
Photograph courtesy of Denis Laner.
John D. Verified
1 month ago
Very nice print which compliments the two matching prints by the same artist I had already bought. I've hung all three as a 'triptych' in my hallway to good effect. Very pleased with the quality of the piece itself and the framing. My only slight complaint is that the hanging string at the back is slightly frayed and I'm a little concerned whether it will continue to hold the weight of the framed picture. The string is also looser than on the two matching pieces, which made hanging the three in a line something of a challenge!