Maine Street Living Forms Partnership with Ed Heck

A bed set from the Ed Heck collectionA bed set from the Ed Heck collection

SCARBOROUGH, Maine-Maine Street Living has partnered with artist and children's-book author Ed Heck on a line of home textiles.

The collection will spotlight Heck's pop-art designs and vivid colorations on bedding, bath products and floor coverings. His styles combine "animation-like shapes with an evocative use of color, a wry sense of humor and a generous dose of satire," according to a statement from Maine Street Living.

The collection will be formally launched during September's New York Home Fashions Market Week at the Maine Street Living showroom, 314 5th Ave., fourth floor, in New York City.

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