Lucy Day is a British designer living in London whose work is inspired by raw, irregular and organic qualities present in both natural environments and found objects within these spaces. Her work ethos involves a mindfulness of tradition and craftsmanship, as well as a deep understanding and relationship of process and materials. Drawing, mark-making and collage are the foundations of her work, which she combines on fabric with a sensitive use of colour. Lucy works with natural un-dyed materials, mostly silks and linens, and when possible she sources leftover fabrics and offcuts from interior design studios.
Working with Inland has opened Lucy’s eyes to new methods of working, especially from home during the pandemic with limited access to print facilities. She used this opportunity to recycle and reimagine older prints and leftover fabrics from previous projects into abstract landscape compositions.