Johnson Tiles has partnered with renowned colour artist Ptolemy Mann to create a giant mural for the launch of its new Prismatics collection. This brilliant spectrum of shades will feature at Clerkenwell Design Week this May with a giant three-wall mural.
Designed by artist and colour consultant Ptolemy Mann, who specialises in producing public art and textiles with a focus on expression in colour, the mural will adorn the ‘cowshed’ entrance to Clerkenwell Design Week’s Farmiloe Building in St John Street, covering three of its walls in a riot of shades from the newly-launched Prismatics collection.
The new Prismatics range features a new collection of on-trend neutral and accent colours, complementing the existing core bestselling shades, and giving specifiers and consumers the choice of 68 different gloss and matt shades with co-ordinating fittings. Hexagon shapes are for the first time being added to the Prismatics range, designed to work in creative harmony with its standard tiles.
“We expect our mural to be one of the hottest and most-photographed exhibits at this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week,” says Darren Clanford, creative director at Johnson Tiles. “We always aim to do something spectacular, inspiring and exciting and this mural will be no exception.
“Ptolemy Mann is the perfect partner to bring our new collection to life, she has a unique vision and innate talent when it comes to working with colour, visitors will be immersed and surrounded by our must-see mural as soon as they arrive at the building. It’s a really special way to demonstrate not only our range of colours and shades, but the versatility and endless creativity Prismatics offers.”