Tracy Kendall is a London-based wallpaper designer whose creations capture a strong sense of British inventiveness and eccentricity. She uses large scale digital graphics and tactile three-dimensional collage. Kendall has a background in fine art, which helps her to drive and challenge traditional perceptions of what wall coverings can be. The 3D materials are manipulated by modern technologies and hand techniques, such as weaving, stitching and laser-cutting. This mix of unexpected materials and skill results in beautiful yet functional pieces that redefine the value of wallpaper and transform spaces.
Kendall’s work is held in permanent collections at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York, and the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. She has won awards at the design shows ICFF and Decorex.