Mimi de Biarritz

Close Friend of the brand, French Artist, Mimi de Biarritz, always has her finger on the pulse of what's humorous and fun, and produces a wide range of pieces based on whatever she sees that inspires her creativity.

 Our exclusive collection of cat houses, and hand painted cardboard decorative boxes, bring her wonderful sense of fun and add life and colour to your home.

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Anna Raymond

Anna Raymond's work blurs the boundaries between traditional printing techniques, and new technologies, merging digital printing with the traditional. An obsessive collector of familiar images and icons such as off cuts of fabrics, notes of poignant conversations and textures found anywhere and everywhere Anna strives to create fabric prints that are at the same time both gritty and vibrant. 

 

Katrin Moye

Ceramicist artist, Katrin Moye is much loved by Kit Kemp and her Team for her colourful and intricately patterned earthenware decorative pieces, which are hand painted with coloured slips and underglazes, and drawn from her extensive knowledge of art history, and literature, and referencing Delftware, and Majolica, these pieces soon become family favourites.

 
 

Celia Lindsell

TOTEM is a new sculpture collection by Celia.  As a sculptor Celia found immense creative energy taking stone and sculpting a form to represent an idea, a feeling or a memory in her life. TOTEM  is a continuation of this creative journey.

TOTEM represents the journey of past, present and future in a convergence of mysteries. Celia works with the wonder of crystal gemstones and carved clay forms creating sculpture of vertical harmony grounded through their wooden plinths.

 

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Melissa White

Here at the Kit Kemp Design Studio, it is no secret that we are big admirers of Melissa White and her work. She is a close friend and we are continually inspired by her bespoke pieces for domestic, commercial and heritage interiors.

Melissa’s signature style is imbued with a historic, artisanal and painterly feel. Her paintwork is often finished with ageing and distressing to distance it from the new and the mass produced.

 

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Hermione Skye

Hermonine Sky's latest series of work take there inspiration from Italian mosaics,greek ceramics and minoan murals, and is based on a ‘trompe l’oeil mosaic’ technique, used to create an ethereal translucency, and reflect the subtle magic present in nature, and have been featured in Kit Kemp's room schemes.