A painter turned textile artist, Robshaw has an eye for color and an appreciation for history, having studied traditional fabric-making techniques throughout Asia and India. His linen and cotton-voile bedding, fabrics, clothing, and dog beds are a riot of hues and styles, with patterns block-printed and silk-screened by hand. Robshaw’s aim is to revive textile traditions and frame them in new terms. But he’s also interested in giving back, too. As a former ambassador to nonprofit Aid to Artisans, he’s passed on his business expertise, helping textile workers in developing countries set up their own shops.
A painter turned textile artist, John Robshaw has an eye for color and an appreciation for history, having studied traditional fabric-making techniques in Thailand, India, China, and Indonesia. Shop this sale for his collection of vintage pillows that irreverently mix and match styles and hues. In block-printed fabric or stunning embroidery, these not-quite-uniform patterns purposely betray a craftsman’s touch.