Currently showing at the National Theatre in London is a retrospective of the work of British textile designers and sisters Sarah Campbell and the late Susan Collier. The Collier Campbell designs provide nostalgic, visual memories and a special relevance for those who grew up with their iconic fabrics.
|Geometric dance, early 1970s|
|Lime Flowers, 1995|
|Egyptian Birds, 1974|
|Rainforest Huts, late 1990s|
Their studio is now based in Stockwell, London and their archive is at Parkhall, the old Art Deco Pye Electronics building in West Norwood, which has been transformed into a hub for creative industries.
|A Bowl of lemons, 1994|
Sadly, Susan Collier, who was instrumental in setting up the exhibition, died last month. Sarah Campbell said of her sister, "this exhibition is a fitting tribute to our years of work together - an enduring partnership".
|Flowers and newspaper, 1984|
Monday - Saturday, 9.30 - 11.00pm, Sunday 12pm - 6pm