LUprints is located in the mountains of British Columbia Ulla Clark creates a line of home goods with a modern Scandinavian-Canadian style. A love of textiles and craft developed at a young age through growing up with a Swedish mother and frequently travelling in Scandinavia, Ulla is drawn to the simplicity of patterns and textures found in nature. Trees, birds, flowers, and landscapes are a constant theme in her work, along with a love of mid-century design.

Ulla is a sceen-printer by trade, and many of her designs are hand printed onto the textiles in her workshop, complimenting a range of birchwood and paper goods in the collection.

She has collaborated with several museums and galleries across Canada on custom printed textiles and currently works with Ontario Parks to illustrate and design their line of park merchandise and overall aesthetic. Sharing her love of printing and textile design has been a goal of Ulla's and recently she has joined Frances Felt to offer workshops in printing and dyeing thru Hand in Colour, located in the Sea to Sky.

Screenprinting is a very technical process, which is why it appeals to me. It is essentially a series of carefully followed steps to reach the final product. The initial creative process of designing repeat patterns from a selection of my hand-drawn illustrations allows endless possibilities and colour choices when translated onto the fabric, and this blend of technical and whimsical is what keeps me in love with my work.