Claire de Quenetain is a printed textile designer who graduated in 2014 from the Royal College of Art. She uses a mix of hand painting and digital print. Her designs are contemporary florals and botanicals, and organic shapes with a simple colour palette. Digital print is a great medium for incorporating the watercolour painted elements in her designs as they can recreate the tonal quality whereas screen prints would have needed these to be broken down into block colours.

In an interview for Swoon Editions de Quenetain says

I often paint on large scales and then digitally print on fabric. Digital printing gives you the opportunity to print a painting with the exact colour vibrancy of the original

Her website is very professional and already recognises the difficulties in representing colours online. A disclaimer in the Terms and Conditions says

We take all reasonable care to ensure that all details, descriptions and prices of products appearing on the website are correct. The colours of the pictures showing the products might be slightly different with the original product due to limitations of photographic and web processes and we cannot be held responsible for any variations in colour that may arise caused by your browser or computer software. As the products are hand-made, we do everything to deliver you the most accurate product quality as possible.