IN PERFECT PROCESS
Print artist Lisa King and London Flower School launched their first collaborative collection with an exhibition In Perfect Process at this year’s London Design Festival. At the core of this project is a combination of Lisa’s experimentation with flowers and inks which inks started out as a tribute to her late mother. It mirrors London Flower Schools desire to push boundaries by seeing floristry as an art form, and to nurture new voices in the industry.
Lisa’s would regularly visit the flower markets of London and her native Bangkok, buying and experimenting with flowers as a way of honouring her, which then developed into prints across her coveted scarf collections. By slicing, manipulating, deconstructing and rearranging flowers, King and LFS explore and question the
human definition of beauty, and quest for perfection in creative design.
The final result of this collaboration culminates with In Perfect Process: with floral pattern designs by Lisa King and arrangements created by the LFS team. The collection of limited-edition framed prints, British made silk scarves, cushions and organic t shirts, are the product of a well-documented collaboration spanning several months, shot by Marcelo Deguchi, London Flower School’s in-house photographer.