15 Mar Robin Sprong Wallpapers x SA Artists
Robin Sprong Wallpapers is a small Cape Town based surface design and wallpaper company producing custom designed and photographic wallpapers and printed canvases, lamp shades and fabric.
They have made the excellent decision to partner up with some of our most exciting local designers and illustrators to create original and widely assorted wallpaper ranges.
They also offer their clients the ability to commission personalized products and concepts.
These are some of our favourite designs and the designers behind them. Click through for Robin Sprong Wallpapers’ full list of collaborators.
Above: Jade Klara lovingly creates soft focus worlds where you’ll find silly and scary things.
Illustrator and talented designer Carmen Zeirvogel has been working in the industry for many years and creates out of this world wall designs.
Donna Solovei is currently based in Cape Town as a freelance illustrator and artist. She divides her time between commissioned work, her ever-expanding range of self styled products and original artworks.
Isle of Trees is a concept inspired by nature, and implements the movements of sustainability and recycling into the creation of unique furniture pieces and now a wallpaper range.
Maid in Africa is a husband and wife duo (Andrew and Mich) who create hand-painted fabrics with signature designs, which they then use to make one-of-a-kind garments, tablecloths, bags, postcards and now wallpaper.
Michael Chandler is the man behind small design studio, Chandler House. His work is largely associated with 18th, 19th and 20th Cape Visual and Domestic History.
Based in the Helderberg since 2007, Mitat is the small, dedicated and creative talents of Marne and Elouise.
Renée Rossouw is a graphic-orientated & colour-fixated designer from South Africa.
Sarah Ord Interiors is a Cape Town based interior decorating company.
Soil Design represents the combined skills of two sisters (Kara and Mieke) who have worked, laughed and played together long before either of them found their chosen career.
A British textile designer and a graduate of the Royal College of Art, Tiphaine Alston splits her time between London and Cape Town.