The designs aim to find a parallel between plants that have a natural linear quality about them, such as Banksias from Australia, and 1950's style graphic interpretations of florals and the man-made aesthetic of the barcode. Inspiration taken, but no copying, from Soviet Era posters and Mondrian's art. Design also work in smaller scale, for example the coordinating belt on model picture.
Why does your design stand out?
Bold, large scale designs that none the less have some subtly and understatement due the use of natural textures.
Which kind of brands do you imagine using your design?
Sophisticated women's 25+ market or upmarket younger brand seeking bold, textural prints. The textural design would add interest and look good on simple- cut garments such as a shift dress.
How big is the repeat in your pattern? Keep in mind that it should be at least 64 cm.
64 x 64
Have you used any third-party material? Even if you've modified it, please ensure you source the original here. See FAQ for details.
Fabric design is all my own. Only photo used in the textile design was taken by me, and manipulated to a single colour digitally. Model picture in presentation is from an advertising feature in a fashion magazine, digitally manipulated. Numbers used in the main designs are handwritten and scanned in.