Interior designer Janice Kumar-Ward and photographer Duncan Innes flatted together at university where their creative minds first collided. They’ve been great friends since they were 14. Having worked together on styling shoots for years, the idea to produce a series of colourful, geometric art prints that combined their talents arrived almost by osmosis.

Themed by the seasons, the abstract images are close-up photographs of samples used in Janice’s profession – painted Resene and Dulux colour cards, favourite tile samples, for example. “The compositions have an architectural element to them,” says Duncan. “I enjoy playing with light and shadow, colour and shape.”

In the first release, Janice has chosen tones that, to her, are evocative of spring and summer. They’re unexpected combinations – colours to which she has an emotive response. Duncan’s photography adds his distinctive minimalistic yet moody style. “I love the creative process where Janice and I bounce ideas off each other and push ourselves to try new things,” he says.

The contemporary prints key in beautifully with today’s interiors and would look just as good in a living space as hanging above a bed. “In my work, I am constantly asked about what colours are current and how to use them in an environment,” says Janice. “These images give people the opportunity to easily bring colour and form to a space and to change them out as the new season’s versions are released.”

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