Children often have the most interesting bed linen, featuring their favourite cartoon characters and super heroes. But as we morph into adolescence and later adulthood our choice of linen seems to become considerably less fun.
Illustrator Daniel Ting Chong has been experimenting with some cool designs that can be made to work on pillowcases and duvet covers. There’s the owl, because owls have associations with night-time, though not really sleep so much. A lighthouse conjures up images of dark, stormy nights while the “AM/PM” pillowcases helps you draw your own distinction between night and day.
The designs are funky in that “I’m-am-adult-that-knows-how-to-have-fun-way”, so perfect really.
Also check out our story on Matali Crasset's his and hers pillowcases.