Renowned indigenous artist Regina Wilson has collaborated with Russel Koskela and Sasha Titchkovsky of Australian furniture store Koskela to create a range of textiles for home furnishings.
Called Durrrmu, after designs traditionally painted on the  body or ground, the range features designs taken from Wilson’s paintings  some of which appear in the collections of major Australian galleries  and London’s British Museum.
An extract from ‘Home Spun’, a story on page 46 of Vogue Living Jan/Feb 2012.
Photograph by Andrew Cohen.

Renowned indigenous artist Regina Wilson has collaborated with Russel Koskela and Sasha Titchkovsky of Australian furniture store Koskela to create a range of textiles for home furnishings.

Called Durrrmu, after designs traditionally painted on the body or ground, the range features designs taken from Wilson’s paintings some of which appear in the collections of major Australian galleries and London’s British Museum.

An extract from ‘Home Spun’, a story on page 46 of Vogue Living Jan/Feb 2012.

Photograph by Andrew Cohen.

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