There are so many alphabet prints on the market these days that it almost makes me not want to buy one at all! That is, until I saw this patchwork alphabet print from London-based design studio Ruka-Ruka. Inspired by an old quilt her mom used to wrap her up in, the artist used close-up photographs of vintage fabrics to create a home-spun patchwork effect with her alphabet print. It’s so cozy and comforting yet bold and fun at the same time. And, I must say, it’s even more beautiful in person!
Ruka-Ruka also sells bold and colourful customised prints. Check out the custom London print with the child’s name across the double decker bus. It would make a really cute new-baby gift, don’t you think?
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