Looking at abandoned spaces that had a human stamp left on them, Wool Brut is inspired by surface, volume and the ageing of brutal edifications. It explores the possibilities of wool: dyeing, printing, moulding and developing an innovative technique of printing with wool waste.
School of Design
MA Textiles, 2015
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Pere Bruach was born in Barcelona. He began his career in graphic design, and later moved on to London to specialise in textiles at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, followed by Printed Textiles at the Royal College of Art. His work focuses on material, colour and pattern, using both analogue and digital printing techniques. His most recent work at the RCA explores the possibilities of wool, using fibre printing, screen printing techniques and moulding processes. The versatility of his textiles allows him to develop products for fashion, accessories and Interior contexts.
- BA Textiles, Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design
- Fashion print and graphic designer, Amalie Beljafla, London, 2014–15; Textile print designer, Andrew Majtenyi, London, 2014; Textile designer, Nokia-Microsoft, London, 2014; Interiors and windows, Lane Crawford, Hong Kong, 2013; Textile design and print, Mary Katrantzou, London, 2013; Textile design and print, Alexander Mcqueen, London, 2011–12
- First prize, Joyce Clissold Award, 2012; Colour Award, 2014