Graphic, Textile, Surface Designer
Job Graphic, Textile, Surface Designer
Lives In Gorham
erin flett is about bold, imperfect and organic shapes and elements that are collaged together for her unique hand drawn eclectic style. Erin is a wife, mother of two little girls with a passion for funky vintage finds and living and breathing design. She has won numerous design awards and is published in a variety of design books, magazines and blogs featuring her distinctive hand. She was featured in O Magazine this past July among many others and will be featured in a upcoming book, Embellish Me: How to Print, Dye, and Decorate Your Fabric by Laurie Wisbrun due out in January 2013, and has a feature story coming out in Spring 2013 in Country Living Magazine. In the last 2.5 years her products have been sold in interior design studio shops as well as eclectic high end home and children’s boutiques in UK, Hong Kong, France, Australia as well as select national shops around the US. She was also featured 3 times and named TOP TEN Textile Designers to watch from Apartment Therapy.
Erin is a passionate, prolific graphic artists that in the last two years focused on creating her own line of hand-screened textiles out of her Maine studio. Her line includes: pillows, bags, wall art, and limited edition paper products. She is currently working on a line of bedding to launch in January 2013.
Why did you choose Portland? We choose Portland because of its authentic nature and endless amount of inspiration and creative communities.
What do you like to do with out-of-towners? Show off our amazing places to eat, walk around the Old Port, beaches and junk shops.
Where's your "happy place" on the peninsula? Sitting on a deck somewhere drinking a insanely good drink with friends...favorite place is Sonny's.
I like creating images, telling stories, eating desserts, and helping people along the way. I also like boats.
I love to create synergy: people, places, ideas, and concepts that lead to awesome events!
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