Reticulate is about creating designs for everyone to enjoy. Our designs aim to be gender and age neutral and are inspired by images of everyday objects, a love of critters, nature, repetition & geometric patterns and sometimes, a little darkness. Reticulate launched in March 2018 and new designs are being released all the time.
Suz has a passion for photography and design, and has recently relocated to the Brighton from Sydney, Australia. This is how she describes herself:
“I’m a trained photographer with a passion for black and white images and nature. I love clean, simple, colourful designs for the home, and in particular, geometric shapes and op art. I live in jeans and t-shirts and despite there being millions of t-shirts on the market, I can rarely find a design I want to wear. I’ve had a dream to cast off the shackles of my previous corporate career to open my own shop for the last three decades and with my move to Brighton, I am finally realising that dream. I plan to extend my offerings from clothing to homewares and prints. If you want to keep up to date, Instagram is my main social media channel.
Nerea Martinez de Lecea
Nerea Martinez de Lecea is an award-winning interdisciplinary artist whose work has been exhibited/screened worldwide in galleries and cinemas including: the Saatchi Gallery; Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei; Arnolfini; Chapter; Copenhagen Contemporary Art Centre; Singapore Art Museum; and Somerset House, and at festivals including: National Eisteddfod of Wales; Edinburgh; Paris; Toronto; Beirut; Varna; Monaco; and Brighton.
If you want to know more about Nerea, take a look at her site https://icantnot.com/
T Shirts are available via my UK-based Teemill store. Teemill is an awesome setup and I use them because they use ethically sourced 100% organic cotton and print to order in a wind powered factory right here in the UK. You can even recycle your tees with them when they are all worn out. It's a no brainer if you, like me, care about this beautiful planet of ours.
I am genuinely excited to share these creations with you and would love to hear from you via the Contact Me page. Thanks! Suz Harman.