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Geraldine Mattis is the Founder of Geraldine Mattis Limited. Geraldine Mattis Ltd designs surfaces for fabrics, wallpapers, and ceramics by using original art drawing techniques. We also design, manufacture and supply tableware to leading galleries Globally such as Guggenheim Museum. Geraldine Mattis Ltd also ca… Read More
Geraldine Mattis is the Founder of Geraldine Mattis Limited. Geraldine Mattis Ltd designs surfaces for fabrics, wallpapers, and ceramics by using original art drawing techniques. We also design, manufacture and supply tableware to leading galleries Globally such as Guggenheim Museum. Geraldine Mattis Ltd also carries stock imagery of 150 designs for licensing usage for clients wishes to use in technology luxury brand products such as mobile phones.

Geraldine Mattis artistic imagery reflects rich and cultural upbringing which is redefined work cross between art and design practice. Geraldine Mattis uses rich colours of azure blues, indigo, greens, oranges, reds, oranges and yellow. The designs has fluidity in way of using paint in a free spirit form and gives unpredicted, exciting and vibrant style which reflects today’s modern design with 1930’s abstract expressionist movement.

Geraldine Mattis recently commissioned by Guggenheim Museum Store in Berlin to create 40cm abstract hand painted platter plates for ‘Color Fields’ exhibition featuring well known artist Frank Stella and Mark Rothko in October 2010.

Geraldine Mattis Ltd exhibited at Maison et Objet, in Paris September 2010. Her designs have captured strong interest by the buyers major retail buyers.

Geraldine Mattis to be included in The Future Laboratory which is the most important trend prognosis networks in Europe. With its global observers and team of consumer researches and trend analysts. The Future Laboratory offers insights into future consumer behaviour with regard to products services and current brand strategies.

Geraldine Mattis picked up two innovation awards in 2009 and has been nominated for Precious award Creative Business Award 2010 at the British Library. Read Less
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