Inspired by the wilderness of the nature and the ancient folk symbolism, we’ve created a vibrant and dynamic striped linocut pattern with a graphic wooden aesthetic. We used a traditional printmaking technique for our design. The pattern is cut into the linoleum surface with a sharp knife, inked with a roller and then pressed on the paper. The actual printing it is done by hand and then multiplied with the help of the computer to create a modular infinite pattern. It’s a RSD (rotation print).
Why does your design stand out?
It is hippie and chic, experimental but also well structured. It’s cheap to produce (to print) as it is a rotation print. It can be used for an unlimited variation of textile products (from dresses and purses to t-shirts and shorts)
Which kind of brands do you imagine using your design?
Free People, Ceobella, Zara, Bershka, Stradivarius etc
How big is the repeat in your pattern? Keep in mind that it should be at least 64 cm.
The stripe that can be repeated and it is merged perfectly at its ends, is 64 cm x 164 cm. The file is 150 dpi.
Have you used any third-party material? Even if you've modified it, please ensure you source the original here. See FAQ for details.