Each scarf featured in this collection is made from 100% silk twill! They are double sided printed with hand finished hems.
Megan hand-selected her favourite artworks from this year
and turned them into the most perfect gift.
The Chintz Print
Megan drew inspiration for this print from a design found at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York.
The original fragment is from India Circa 1700s.
Megan reworked the artwork to create a design with a vintage and worn feel, whilst maintaining a strong colour palette.
The Korean Girl Print
Based on a watercolour that Megan did when she was living in China in 2007, this scarf has been named Korean girl after the girl who purchased the original artwork.
The subject of the painting is a Chinese model called Mai.
The Geisha and Swans Print
This is an image Megan has reworked over the years. The image originated from an illustration Megan found whilst traveling in Bangkok.
The artwork depicts a geisha next to a
peacock with swans flying overhead,
she is carrying a lamb in her arms with wind swirling around her.
The New Holland Print
Megan loves the stylization of imagery and colour in Eastern European folk textiles and embroideries. She paid homage to these by creating her own Australiana imagery and applying those design conventions.
She gives us a wonderfully bright and punchy print full of plants and animal.
The Wave Print
With this print, Megan paid homage to famous Japanese woodcut artist, Hokusai's wave by painting her own version.
The result has a beautiful rhythm and the painterly marks are faithfully recorded in the digital process.
The Marigold Chintz Print
Megan has faithfully recreated the worn feel of historical fragments of Indian chintz cloth by reconstructing them and keeping the design soft in tone and contrast.