DESIGN, DTP, PRODUCTS
Always Printing is the start up studio of print textile designer Jinju Lee.
Jinju started Always Printing after returning to Korea from 14years in Europe with the aim of creating work inspired by the fusion of her cultural background.
The studios ambition is to create work that evokes an emotional response in people that is missing in so much of todays mass produced products.
Always printing's work is in constant evolution. Our collections are always personal, often representing of key moments in our life. Always printing draws huge inspiration from our global travels.
We create work inspired by the world, and the feeling it create within us, this is to keep our designs emotive of life experiences and to maintain a timeless since of quirky wonderment.
Here at Alway Printing we are firm believers in first hand research and all our collections are launched with an inspiration phase, often creating joyful journeys.
The Always printing studio has a strong focus on creating our patterns by hand to guarantee the most creative process and outcome.
During this process we love to explore a range of mediums and techniques, such as silk screen printing and collage.
We work big, often huge, so we can include layers of detailing, using different materials, collecting strange and beautiful things around the world to explore and develop our processes before refining our work.
This attention to detail and persistence to control our processes across the project in house, allow Always Printing to maintain the high standard that people expected of us, while also for filling our need to be experimental, fun and original.
Always Printing has and ever growing collection of printed textiles and products. We hope to be able to continue telling the story of someone that always dreamed to create.
The Always Printing team are graduates of some of the finest textile universities in the world, including Chelsea College of Art and Central Saint Martins.
Jinju lee is a graduate of the highly prestigious, Textile design course, at the Royal college of Art, London.