This new collection by Sabine Hill is really hard to ignore. With a selection of visuals similar to those we saw with Enis Akiev‘s plastic tiles and Granby‘s encaustic tiles, Geology takes a no-pattern approach to decor.
Using an old freeform technique, colourful folds and undulating waves are produced in random sequence. Without moulds, the tile maker becomes the artist, offering a unique signature on every tile.
The range has nine distinct colourways (Canyon, Green Fluorite, Ice, Lapis, Rainbow Mountain, Sea Foam, Strata, Teal Agate, and Tundra) each inspired by the vastness of nautral landscapes and formations. All of these colourways are offered in a large selection of sizes and shapes including squares (4″ by 4″ to 14″ by 14″), hexagons (7″ by 7″ and 8″ by 8″), rectangles (2″ by 8″ to 3″ by 15″), a fan (11.8″ by 7″), and a knot (comprising of three tiles – a 10″ by 6.4″ hexagon and two 9.5″ by 2.6″ complements).
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, February 2021.