As you’re well aware by now, we love championing fellow creatives at Restless.Design! Our ‘Creative We Love’ series is all about recognising and celebrating great talent.

This post, the third in our series is all about uber cool, graphic artist Camille Walala. Based in London, Walala specialises in Pop art inspired prints and installations. She claims Tribal Pop as her signature style and takes influence from the Memphis Movement, the Ndebele tribe and Victor Vasarely.

Colourful Crossing, Southwark Street

In 2016, Camille was commissioned by Better Bankside and Transport for London to work her magic on a pedestrian crossing in South London. Her brief was to reimagine the everyday experience of crossing the road. She achieved this by applying her signature style of bright and bold patterns to the cross walk. The project was part of Better Bankside’s Avenue of Art initiative which saw artists transforming public spaces.

Camille Walala, Home Accessories Collection

Walala launched her own home accessories collection at the 2015 London Design Festival. The collection inspired by the Memphis Movement bares her trademark geometric shapes and colour palette of red, blue, black, white and green. The collection featured cube-shaped pouffes, wall mounted shelves and frames.

Gorman + Camille Walala Collaboration

In 2015, Camille and Australian fashion label, Gorman, teamed up to release a fun and bold collaboration. The spirited range featured everything from dresses to jumpers to sandals. This wasn’t Walala’s first venture into fashion as she previously team up with Caterpillar to design a range of shoes!

We can’t wait to see what what’s next for this bold “Creative we love”, we will be sure to share all the fun stuff we adore.

Find more on Camille on her website and Instagram

Aoife Rhattigan_Creative Director, Restless.Design

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