Trubridge and Bleux collaboration

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David Trubridge design for bleux.

David Trubridge design for bleux. Image: Supplied

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Crystalia design.

Crystalia design. Image: Supplied

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David Trubridge design for bleux.

David Trubridge design for bleux. Image: Supplied

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David Trubridge design for bleux.

David Trubridge design for bleux.

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David Trubridge’s admired organic forms, earthy tones and references to the New Zealand landscape are strongly evident in the first samples of a new collaborative collection with Sydney-based graphic design studio, bleux.

Bleux has translated Trubridge’s hand-drawn sketches into a series of beautiful graphic applications for wall coverings and glass textures. “The results speak for themselves, a range of patterns that not only tell the tale of their origins, but sparkle with the input of fresh ideas from this alliance with bleux,” said Trubridge.

The collaborative designs will be available through bleux from mid August. 


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