Chloe Croft’s Animal Prints: Add a Tropical Twist to Your Home

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Chloe Croft’s exquisite animal prints have set the cat amongst the pigeons in the world of interiors. Recently featuring in Elle Decoration, Living Etc and Stylist Magazine – her highly collectable pieces are now selling across the globe.

Chloe created her tropical masterpieces on the cold dark days of January after she couldn’t find exactly what she was looking for elsewhere.

Embracing her passion for animals, Chloe has managed to create a modern take on the classic animal portrait, whilst admirably giving a percentage of each picture sold to the WWF.

The result: a vibrant array of flamingos, loving budgies and a vivid and intricate iguana – sure to add a zing to any room.

A Masters graduate from the world renowned Royal College of Art, Chloe explains how her fashion training inspires how she works: ‘I think the way I use the mosaic style of paper layering and imagery must subconsciously be influenced from when I do fashion illustrations and designs.’

‘I always like to use colours and blocks of colour, so I think this is why I feel happy working in this way.’

‘I love creating these images and I’ve just started to do commissioned pieces of horses, dogs, parrots etc.’

Chloe is also no stranger to the world of high fashion, having produced a range of couture collections which have appeared in the pages of Vogue and Grazia. She has also designed and tailored outfits for the Scissor Sisters and the Spice Girls.

With a homeware collection in the pipeline, soon you will be able to get your hands on beautiful table clothes, big silk cushions and even bags – all inspired by the flamboyant flamingo and budgie images.

Artwork ranges from £90 – £495 depending on the size of the image. All are limited edition, signed giclée prints.

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