Tamasyn Gambell screen prints all their materials in London using water-based pigments. All fabrics are sourced from both Irish and European mills and their cushions and lampshades are made in the UK by small factories/craftspeople.
Tamasyn will be launching her new range of printed cushions, lampshades and upholstered furniture at Tent London. The lampshades and cushions are made from screen-printed linen which is printed in London and made in the UK. All Tamasyn’s products are screen-printed in London by Tamasyn and her assistant.
Tamasyn describes her designs, “The prints are based on my love of the Art Deco and Modernist movements. They have a timeless quality and are designed not to fit into trends, but to be loved and cherished by their owners. I use bright colours and irregular colour mixes that are inspired by tribal textiles.”
Tamasyn works with a small lampshade manufacturer in Kent and with a welfare project in east London to make her cushions. The project works with mentally ill members of the local community and aims to give them a training, support network and hope.
Ranges of notebooks are printed using vegetable based inks and use reject sheets from the printer as their inner pages. They are printed by a socially responsible co-operative in east London. All of Tamasyn’s work is done using the most eco-friendly methods available.
Tamasyn Gambell’s work is sold across the world in boutiques, department stores and galleries.
My company was set up in 2008 in London. I am an RCA graduate who worked in Parisian couture for Louis Vuitton and Sonia Rykiel before coming back to London to set up my own company. I design and make screen printed products for the home that are made using the most environmentally friendly processes and production methods possible. My prints are bold and bright and reflect my love of the Art Deco and Modernist art movements along with a passion for design and architecture.