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Printed Leather by Bill Amberg

Art, Design | December 31, 2018 |

Printed Leather by Bill AmbergImages courtesy of Bill Amberg Print, Photography by David Cleveland, Print by Tom Dixon

Printed Leather
by Bill Amberg

Leather is an extraordinary material. Durable, versatile and with a unique beauty and handle, its natural form has been decorated through gilding, painting and embossing for millennia. Bill Amberg Print is a modern take on leather decoration that employs specialist digital printing technology, whilst retaining the natural character and grain. Working with the finest European hides printed with graphics specially developed by some of the world’s most renowned creatives, the resulting product has utility that stretches beyond its traditional upholstery functions, to bespoke furniture and a wide range of interior architectural uses.

Printed Leather by Bill AmbergImages courtesy of Bill Amberg Print, Photography by David Cleveland, Print by Tom Dixon

“The wonderful alchemy of some of the world’s most prestigious designers, combined with a printed leather that brilliantly illustrates the natural characteristics of the material I love, is something I’m so excited to share.” – Bill Amberg

Printed Leather by Bill AmbergImages courtesy of Bill Amberg Print, Photography by David Cleveland, Print by Faye Toogood

Bill Amberg Studio has existed for over 30 years, and today stands as an industry leader in bespoke leather products, interiors and furniture. Bringing together artisans from the worlds of saddlery, case-making, bookbinding and other forms of fine leathercraft, the studio has a mission to explore the aesthetic and material possibilities of leather. Our work runs the gamut from bags and accessories, through to timeless bespoke furniture and interiors for high-end private residences, commercial projects and cultural institutions around the globe.

more. www.billamberg.com

Printed Leather by Bill AmbergImages courtesy of Bill Amberg Print, Photography by David Cleveland, Print by Faye Toogood

Printed Leather by Bill AmbergImages courtesy of Bill Amberg Print, Photography by David Cleveland, Print by Timorous Beasties 

Printed Leather by Bill AmbergImages courtesy of Bill Amberg Print, Photography by David Cleveland, Print by Timorous Beasties

Printed Leather by Bill AmbergImages courtesy of Bill Amberg Print, Photography by David Cleveland, Print by Alexandra Champalimaud

Printed Leather by Bill AmbergImages courtesy of Bill Amberg Print, Photography by David Cleveland, Print by Natasha Baradaran

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