24 May 2019

NEW WORK - rachael taylor

Designer Rachael Taylor is well known for her online classes at Make it in Design where she has taught the tricks of the surface pattern trade to over 10,000 students. But she is also a working designer with a great portfolio of work ready for sale and licensing. In between creating Make it in Design, The Colour Gang, writing a book, and numerous television appearances Rachael has also been busy building up a bank of personal pieces inspired by her travels. She has purposely made room to create brand new designs for collaborations and licensing opportunities. Anyone interested can get in touch with Rachael and find out more online here.

LICENSING EXPO - vicky yorke

Vicky Yorke is a surface pattern designer and illustrator working from her home studio in semi-rural Worcestershire, UK. She creates bright and playful designs that bring fun and warmth to everyday living. Using illustration and hand drawn typography combined with striking colour palettes, Vicky creates work that is decorative, bright and inviting. Her designs are currently licensed across a large selection of products around the world including fabric, luggage, homeware, gift, kitchenware, stationery, greeting cards, wall art and much more! At the beginning of June her agents, Jewel Branding & Licensing will once again be at Licensing Expo, Las Vegas showing Vicky’s portfolio including brand new inspirational art, vibrant florals, travel inspired designs, female empowerment, abstracts, bugs and animals, food illustrations, cute characters, holiday art, patterns and much more! Vicky is looking for new licensing partners, collaborations and freelance projects. Find Jewel Branding at Licensing Expo booth J88 and keep up to date with all of Vicky’s news by following her on Instagram.

23 May 2019

KIDS DESIGN - mothercare

Today I'm posting a cute selection of childrenswear designs from Mothercare. Sadly this could be my last chance to post such store snaps as my local branch is closing down, along with over 50 of their other stores. This is super sad to hear, but good news for designers is that the company will be carrying on. So for the last time scroll down and enjoy some placement prints and patterns on kidswear, with online shopping still available at Mothercare.