Dutch designer Marianne Smink translates the welcome imperfections of hand-stamped and brush-painted designs in her screen-printed tiles. Smink’s tiles all fall under Japanese wabi-sabi principles —with a Dutch edge. The Quarter Circle tiles feature the simple but sharp outline of a quarter circle, only subtly visible against a loosely painted background. Together the quarters enhance each other and emerge from the square tiles, starting a circular life of their own. The tiles are available in two colorways: hues of tangerine and a teal that varies from green to blue tints. The After Lowry tiles are abstractions directly inspired by English painter L.S. Lowry’s depictions of northern England’s industrial landscapes. The Going Overground design applies London’s above-ground colors to a tile associated with the underground.