Thought I would give you another "sneak peek" of what I've been working on. This super fun collection features cute and friendly vehicles zooming along on their merry ways, looking forward to travelling adventures! I conceived of this collection for children, but I think I would love to have these pillows too! These new patterns and many, many more will be showing with Nerida Hansen Print & Textiles at BOTH Surtex and Blueprint Show 1 in May in NYC. Come see!
Having a grand time designing new surface patterns for Surtex 2018! Come see me at Booth 2524 at the Javits Centre NYC, May 20-22 2018! This pattern will be developed into a new collection...stay tuned!
Just wanted to post another sneak peek of the surface patterns I've been designing to get ready for Surtex 2018 in NYC in May! Here are some cute and fresh patterns in a brand new collection I've been working on! Let me know what you think!
Just thought I would post this round-up of some of the new patterns and placement prints that I designed during the super fun 10-week Folio Focus course! Can't wait to do the course again in 2018!
Already into Week 9 of Folio Focus! This week's brief was People, and although the brief was for a self-portrait, somehow these people morphed into Valentine's day patterns! Let me know what you think as this is still a WIP! I guess it could be me, since I have glasses exactly like hers!
Week 8's brief for Folio Focus was to design Halloween characters! So here is a placement pattern design for party plates and some coordinating repeat patterns!
This week's brief was to design packaging for a soap collection featuring abstract patterns! Here are my four "Fun Flavours" designs!
Just finished Week 1 of the FolioFocus course given by Rise Design and Shine! This week the brief was "Botanicals", so I designed these 2 floral patterns as part of a collection that includes this geometric I designed earlier (bottom left). Hope you like them! And I put the pattern on a notebook below!
I've been working my way through MATS A and the last assignment is to create a design for a zipper pouch based on something we collect. So, inspired by this Japanese tea set (from my collection of "Funny Things That I Like"), I created this bold and bright "Funny Faces" design. Would love to see this as a repeat pattern as well! Let me know what you think!
Jackie Tahara of UnBlink Studio