The story of the Indigo River is the story of Cornwall, cascading from the rugged granite outcrops of Bodmin Moor along its meandering path out to the coast. Told in this collection through a series of marks, Indigo River II channels deep river movements, told through subtle markings, representing movement and pattern, made with intention to communicate both landscape and soul.
With a strictly limited collection of only 15 metres available, each piece was dyed using true indigo under a snow laden sky.
Each piece is 1 metre long and 10 cm wide, presented on a beautiful sustainable wooden spool.
'A Year of Marvellous Ways', by Sarah Winman
'The Essex Serpent', by Sarah Perry
'River and Tides' - Working with Time, Directed Thomas Riedelsheimer