02 August 2012

IN MY INBOX - part 2

annika Schmidt moved from brooklyn to portland, maine and started her design business called lilleputt studio creating a line of textile designs for home goods like pillows, aprons, hand towels. annika draws a lot of inspiration from her scandinavian background and uses bold colours and simple patterns. below : paul thomson is a recent graduate from the textiles programme at the glasgow school of art, where he specialised in printed textiles, specifically for menswear fashion. paul also hopes his designs and illustrations will appeal to other markets besides menswear. find him online here. below : lino prints by rebecca wilson. rebecca recently graduated, from the university of hertfordshire, where she studied graphic design with illustration. rebecca chose to specialise in illustration and pattern design, working mainly with lino and screen printing. her collection inspired by nature and the seaside was exhibited last month at new designers london. below : a new lyrical screen print by british designers ridley & dowse. the series of screen prints are available in two sizes and each design in 2 colour ways. using all uk production the artworks feature inspirational and hearfelt quotes in the typography.‏ below : tales of toyland is the degree show collection of design graduate sarah cooper from the university of huddersfield. sarah's inspiration comes from "natural history museums and other old artefacts". her collection followed a black and white trend which she felt lent itself well to an illustrative hand drawn
series of prints.
below : yaz raja recently completed her BA(hons) degree in surface pattern design from staffordshire university and was lucky enough to exhibit her wallpaper collection at new designers, london in june 2012. yaz's most recent wallpaper project ‘illustrate your fashion wall’ was inspired by designer fashion and florals.


Unknown said...

wow thank you soo much!!!

yaz 'xo

Rebecca Ann said...

These are lovely prints - Particularly loving the work of Paul Thompson