in the development of landscape over time. The artist - who splits her time in between Stockholm and London - has worked with high end clients like V&A, Paul Smith, GQ Italy, Unico Japan, Computer Arts projects, Routledge publishing and Fenchurch clothing, among others. This year, Waldron won first prize among 34 other finalists at the HAY talent award in Denmark. Each were given a cabin to make their own (and even sleep in!) and over 4 days they presented their work to the visitors of Formland exhibition in Herning, as well as the HAY jury.
Her latest furoshiki textiles are The Hida Express and Maze designs that she created for LINK. The traditional Japanese multi functional textiles were skillfully hand printed by a small team in a factory near Tokyo. Versatile in its nature, the furoshiki can be worn as a scarf or bag, displayed as a print, used to wrap gifts, or however you like.