Brunschwig and Fils asked Chuck Fischer to design a collection of hand-printed fabrics inspired by Fischer’s design of a fantasy boudoir at the Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City. The design were featured in a national ad campaign and were chosen by the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum as part of their permanent collection.
Litchfield Hills is an intricately rendered countryside of rolling hills and colonial buildings. From the Brunschwig & Fils collection, which also features Kennebeck and Kennebeck Border, both part of the permanent collection of the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum.
Chuck Fischer’s three signature collections of fine tableware for LENOX are inspired by his love of travel, knowledge of decorative painting styles, and his ability to track and predict trends for the home furnishings industry.
Chuck Fischer has licensed his original art to H.G. Caspari and C. R. Gibson for use on a variety of fine paper products, including holiday pop-up cards, plates, napkins, invitations, wrapping paper and shopping bags.
Chuck Fischer is honored to create the White House Historical Association’s Christmas card four years in a row, and Chuck has recently been commissioned to create original art work for a new giftware line for the White House Historical Association to be introduced in 2011. In response to the perennial success of Christmas In New York: A Pop-Up Book, Fischer has created an exclusive collection of New York City souvenirs for NYCwebstore.com.