Georgia Kemball is a multidisciplinary designer who recently graduated in Textiles from the Royal College of Art. Her work explores a raw and hand made aesthetic that has been inspired by the DIY approach of 1980’s fashion designers such as Christopher Nemeth and Judy Blame, alongside her fascination with British folk art and customs.
Her interior textile collection for The New Craftsmen is an extension of her graduate work that explores sentimentality of a threadbare item of clothing or piece of fabric. By developing ways of trapping loose threads through various processes she creates her own threadbare pieces that express the notion of sentimentality and time passed.
Georgia is also working with Ami Evelyn Hughes on a magazine entitled GUT that looks to explore and celebrate the raw and handmade.