Step inside our Textile Jungle
Founded in 2012, Utopia Goods, designed by Bruce Slorach and Sophie Tatlow, produces unique handcrafted treasures, home furnishings and quality interior fabrics inspired by exotic Australian botanicals. Entirely printed by hand, each print and piece is crafted in India honouring the tradition of India’s textile craft. From the textile print's illustrative inception, through to the woven process and final silk screen print, each fabric is carefully managed and overseen by their small and talented team.
A kaleidoscopic homage to Australia’s wild, wonderful playground of flora and fauna, Utopia Goods’s award-winning hand-printed textiles and home furnishings combine Bruce Slorach’s riotous illustrations with traditional screen-printing techniques to produce a collection of highly covetable, ethically produced designs for the home.
Drawing inspiration from the earth, ocean and air, each collectible print binds Slorach’s creative vision with the couple's wide-reaching knowledge of the decorative arts and Australia's design legacy – in a colour palette soaked with the eye-popping vibrancy of the Australian landscape.
Life’s too short for grey.
Artist, designer and art director, Bruce Slorach, who works across the multi-disciplinary design industry in Australia, illustrates all the textiles. He has shown his illustrations and textiles internationally and his work is held in the permanent collection of the Powerhouse Museum (Sydney), the National Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne) and he has participated in various independent group shows. In 2016 Bruce’s works were showcased in an exhibition titled ‘Flora’ at Saint Cloche Gallery in Paddington, Sydney and his new works have been featured at Hamilton Regional Gallery in September 2018 and Saint Cloche Gallery in Sydney in November 2018.