Named after the father of neurology, Jean-Martin Charcot, who first discovered the neurological condition Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in in 1868, CHARCOT is a surface pattern design brand inspired by MS.
From her own MRI scans, taken in the lead up to her diagnosis of MS in 2007, visual artist Kirsty Stevens uses the shapes created by harmful lesions as her source material. Under the CHARCOT brand, Kirsty creates beautiful patterns and designs that turns this negative into an unrecognisable positive, incorporating them in high-end design.
As MS is an unknown and unseen condition, CHARCOT makes it visible by printing on fabrics and etching various materials giving it impactful permanence that leads to questions about what MS is and raises MS awareness.
Raising awareness of Multiple Sclerosis is our passion.
We proudly support the MS Society by donating a percentage of profits from every sale to go towards the crucial development of MS research.
Together we can beat MS.