Charley Harper Tile by Motawi
- With spring just around the corner, fresh green and eco-friendly tiles welcome the season, offering energy to any kitchen or bathroom space.
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Basic installation is all you need to create a unique display with Heath's new dual-glazed collection. Each color pattern has up to six different pieces that, when put together randomly, make for a subtlly striking set of field tiles. They're kept in-stock so there's no waiting or delivery time, which means you can get grouting as soon as you're ready.
Charley Harper (1922-2007), over the course of a 60-year career as a prolific graphic designer, painter and illustrator, brought his unique, modernist style to a wide range of publications, such as Charles Harper’s Birds and Words (1974, Frame House Gallery, 2008, AMMO books) as well as illustrated ads for Morten Salt, Libby’s Pineapple and Proctor & Gamble. This exhibition celebrates his perspective of birds and wildlife, a genre previously dominated by naturalism and realism.
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