Field Trip | The Art of Digital Printing
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Instructor twenty2, June 10, 2024; 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST. Connecticut
June 10, 2024 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST

Join us on a field trip to Twenty2 Wallpaper + Textile’s brand-new design studio and manufacturing facility in Naugatuck, Connecticut, where we will delve into the fascinating world of digital printing. During this immersive experience, you will have the opportunity to witness the step-by-step process of transforming original fine art into digital repeat patterns. Observe the intricate artistry involved in creating various colorways and digitally printing wallpaper and textiles, all while maintaining uncompromising quality control. Meet watercolor artist Caitlin McGauley, and learn how she collaborates with Twenty2 to bring her artwork to life as digitally printed wallpaper and textile collections. Then gain hands-on experience yourself by creating your own unique colorways of a Caitlin McGauley pattern. Lunch will be served, during which you will get the chance to connect further with McGauley, the experts at Twenty2, fellow BOH Insiders and the team at BOH.

Limited spots available, so reserve yours today.

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Twenty2 Wallpaper + Textiles is a private-label manufacturer of wallpaper and textile collections and custom projects for designers and artists across the country. Since founding the company in 2001, wife-and-husband team Kyra and Robertson Hartnett have leveraged over two decades of experience in designing, marketing and manufacturing wallpaper and textiles to cultivate a progressive manufacturing approach that fosters collaborative partnerships and innovative methods. With a women-led team, twenty2 manufactures its products in northwest Connecticut using exclusively eco-friendly materials and inks to provide one-of-a-kind creations for custom residential and commercial projects by designers such as Kelly Wearstler, Alexa Hampton, John Robshaw and Diller Scofidio + Renfro, as well as wallpaper and textile collections by independent brands including Rebecca Atwood, Kelly Ventura, Caitlin McGauley, Rule of Three and St. Frank.