Isabel Fletcher is a London based mixed media artist whose work develops out of an expanded approach to textiles. Working with a broad range of found material offcuts, Isabel’s practice takes inspiration from often overlooked and undervalued details in life by working through the chaos of waste. Isabel aims to contradict the perceptions and perceived value of the disregarded in order to encourage a closer observation and appreciation of the world around us. She employs varied processes in working with offcuts, which perform both surface-based and structural interventions, constantly developing and expanding these to suit the materials worked with. 

Isabel has collaborated with brands such as Kvadrat, TOAST and Worm London, using textile offcuts as the starting point for further design. She has presented work in both solo and group exhibitions, including the Design Museum’s ‘Waste Age’ (2021) and ‘Eternally Yours’ at Somerset House (2022). 



Working with Isabel Fletcher

In addition to producing in house collections, Isabel Fletcher runs regular workshops, takes commissions from private clients and collaborates with brands.  Having worked with fashion brands and architects, as well as material biochemist inventors, Isabel’s approach to design is ever-evolving and adapting.
Examples of work to date include:

- Collaborating with British fashion and lifestyle brand, TOAST on both their ‘Renewal’ and ‘Eternally Yours’ projects. 
- Working with architects and private clients to develop bespoke interior textiles.
- Hosting private workshops with Kvadrat for their clients.
- Running regular public workshops including for London Craft Week.
- Taking part in residencies and group exhibitions including the Design Museum’s ‘Waste Age’ (2021).
- Developing buttons from bio resin in collaboration with Chip[s]Board
- Collaborating with choreographers, dancers and videographers to create performance pieces and short films inspired by the Studio’s designs

Isabel Fletcher welcomes the opportunity to collaborate so please get in touch.

Studio Isabel Fletcher 2022