Chloe Grieve is a Scottish-American designer from Phoenix, Arizona. After her sudden move to Glasgow at age thirteen and struggles with mental health throughout her young adulthood, she was inspired to express her experiences and past using art. Currently, Chloe works with colour, shape, and pattern to transform sterile spaces into solace. This motivation came from her past experiences occupying dull and clinical therapy session rooms.
Completing her BA in textiles at Edinburgh College of Art, Chloe received numerous awards for her final year collection. A stand-out achievement was the Business Design Centre New Designer of the Year award she received at New Designers. She is a freelancer currently working with Hallmark. In the past, she was commissioned to do work for The Skinny Magazine after being featured in one of their summer issues. At the Royal College of Art, she received a grant from The Textiles Society to aid her postgraduate studies, and Turnberry Rug Works supported her.
With a love of colour, shape, and illustration, Chloe describes herself as a graphic designer within textiles. She is committed to creating playful, fun designs that show her passion for art.
- The Textiles Society Postgraduate Bursary Winner (2023)
- Global Design Graduate Degree Show Shortlist (2022)
- New Designer's Business Design Centre New Designer of the Year (2022)
- Grand Prize Co Winner of the Colour Prize from the Dyers Company (2022)
- Joint Second Colour Prize from the Dyers Company (2022)
- i-Dott Shortlist for the Animal Astratti Wallpaper (2021)
- Interior Collection Commendation by John Lewis (2021)
- McVarish Award for Outstanding Achievement in Art (2017)