London-based print artist Lisa King was born and raised in Bangkok. She sees the world through a unique graphic vision and is hugely inspired by nature, fascinated by people, and influenced by her cross-cultural upbringing. She takes an investigative approach to her work, using experimental creative processes to convey an emotional response in print. Her work can be characterised as bold, dynamic and plays with ideas of dichotomy and deconstruction.
A graduate in Textile Design from Central St. Martins, she assisted Creative Director William Baker before launching her eponymous label in 2013 with her signature ‘Screwprint’ scarves.
The last few years have seen Lisa progress from her coveted seasonal themed scarf collections to art directing, curating and collaborating on larger scale projects spanning retail, interiors, costume, performance and product. Lisa pieces in the Maker’s show apartment and a collaboration launching at London Design Festival, will mark Lisa’s move into arenas beyond fashion.
Clients include; Bergdorf Goodman, Harvey Nichols, Barneys Japan, Neiman Marcus, Kadewe, Siwilai, Fortnum & Mason, Psycle, Frame, Sweaty Betty, Club 21, The Savoy, Prada, American Eagle, Kylie Minogue, The Naked Heart Foundation, The Box, Goldie, Pernod Ricard, Armani, Diane Von Furstenberg, Studio 104 for the Savoy and Studio Ashby.
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