December 6, 2022

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Kip&Co Team Up With Ken Done For A Nostalgia-Filled Collection

Kip&Co Team Up With Ken Done For A Nostalgia-Filled Collection

Famed Australian artist Ken Completed and Kip&Co have teamed up for a vibrant and lively assortment just in time for summer time.

Kip&Co co-founder Alex McCabe suggests the concept at the rear of the partnership has been almost a 10 years in the building, getting dreamed of a collaboration with the prolific artist due to the fact she and buddies Kate Heppell and Hayley Pannekoecke 1st commenced the local model 10 many years ago.

‘When Kate, Hayley and I grew up in the 80s, Ken’s art leapt off the partitions and into our working day-to-working day life, furnishing an incandescent backdrop to our most nostalgic, treasured childhood memories,’ Alex suggests.

‘This was the time when a Ken Completed coaster established, t-shirt, or print became as ubiquitous with the Aussie home as the hills hoists that punctuated our back yards.’ They embraced his signature enthusiasm for colour and pattern ever considering the fact that, which has ‘undoubtedly’ turn out to be a person of their brand’s biggest in influences.

The Kip&Co group labored collectively with Ken to go by his massive catalogue, narrowing down the artworks for the selection, and spent time with him in his Sydney property.

‘It was so tough because Ken is genuinely a prolific artist and he has so lots of extraordinary parts, but finally we landed on a wonderful edit that showcases some of Ken’s most legendary issue issue,’ Alex claims.

They settled on a assortment of playful prints showcasing Ken’s renditions of the Terrific Barrier Reef, yachts on Sydney Harbour, sunbathers on the seashore and Australia’s attractive flora and fauna. Some of our favourites from the selection consist of the summary and rainbow Minor Tackers Tablecloth, the Beach Lifestyle Terry Seaside Towel and all of the typography printed bedding, bursting with nostalgia!

Store the Kip&Co X Ken Done selection on-line now.