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Daniella Trigo started designing when she was ten years old, making dresses for barbie dolls.
She went to London to study Print Design for Fashion at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design where she discovered her passion for silk-screen textile printing. She founded Yema Textiles a few years later; starting to silk screen at home. She still maintains a piece by piece, small run process in her studio space.
Yema Textiles produces handmade silkscreen prints on home-wares in fabric and paper. Traditional silkscreening mixes with contemporary processes and eco-friendly textile inks to embellish fabric and paper surfaces. Taking inspiration from a variety of sources, Yema develops prints through visual experimentations to come up with fresh organic-geometric patterns.
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