Merging fashion with graffiti-influenced typography, I-Saw, formed by Barney Trattle and Rachel Taylor, presents Alphabet Alchemy. ‘I taught myself to draw with a sewing machine, and we do appliquÃ©, stuffed appliquÃ© and engraving leather using graffiti lettering,’ says Trattle. In the latest showcase it expands into interior design, showing the Interior Stickeration pack, stickers that can be used to decorate furniture and interiors within the home. Alphabet Alchemy is showing at London’s Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes, London, E2, from 13 February.
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