As part of London Craft Week, Henry Holland is exhibiting a collection of left-field, hand-made ceramic pieces in the Paul Smith’s West London showroom.
This exhibit melds together the many elements of Henry’s exploration of craft including our rug collaboration which launched last year, featuring a series of contemporary, 90s rave inspired hand-made rugs.
The exhibit itself ‘Nobody Cares How Good You Used To Be’, celebrates colour, craft and Henry’s long standing friendship with Paul Smith, built on a mutual respect and admiration of each other's work.
The entire space is enriched with a balanced display of craft mediums and materials taking shape in Henry’s vibrant collection on ceramics, delicately embroidered lamp shades and a mixture of tufted and hand knotted rugs. You can spot the bold, graphic rugs from our collaboration with Henry melting down the exhibit walls.
There’s a beautiful language between the exhibited pieces and how they interact with the surrounding textiles which really evokes the celebration of fine craftsmanship.
In celebration of this new ceramic collection drop (without the smash), we’ve launched new colourways in a few of the rugs from our collaboration. Henry selected a few accents from the ceramics and shaped them into some the 4AM smiling face in cream and green, Melting Runner and the 6AM Melt. Each are either hand knotted or tufted using 100% hand-dyed wool.