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2016-07-22

NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR PRINT DESIGNERS ON “THECOLORSOUP” WEBSITE

Today I present this new opportunity for creative and print designers who want to get involved.
 On the website “TheColorSoup” (which I have already spoken in this post, here, here, here and here) you can upload your graphics and achieve returns each time someone chooses one of yours to be printed onto fabric.
On this page you will find all the information and instructions, as well the rules relating to remuneration.

 














2016-07-21

BEAUTIFUL BALANCE BETWEEN STRUCTURE AND DECORATION IN ILLUSTRATIONS BY CHARLOTTE GASTAUT

Charlotte Gastaut is a talented French illustrator, who was born and lives in Marseille.
She recently jumped to the honor of the fashion world, because some of her wonderful illustrations were reproduced on the sumptuous dresses of Maison Fendi, for the fashion show last July 7 at the Trevi Fountain in Rome.
Karl Lagerfeld, who has designed the collection, discovered the beautiful Charlotte’s illustrations through two of the many books she published, of which I show you some pictures. What to say? Wonderful images, a mix between the Nordic culture and the Art Nouveau / Art Deco style, with a wonderful taste of decoration and an incredible balance between structure and patterns.
http://www.charlottegastaut.com/





























2016-07-20

PATTERNS AND PRINTS INTO SURREAL AND ROMANTICS ANIMALS MADE WITH FABRIC BY BYRONY ROSE JENNINGS

Bryony Rose Jennings is an English textile sculptor living on the Hampshire's coast. 
She uses reclaimed textiles in her work, a soft, worn medium that carries the imprints of lives previously encountered. 
The old cloth, conveying a sense of history, lends itself perfectly to her endeavours.  
All of her work is totally handmade. 
Her making process is slow, by manipulating fabric into form, 
allowing a personality to develop organically as she wraps, folds, does stitches.
Her depictions are stylised, obviously inspired by the animals of our world,
but not an attempt to replicate that beauty and perfection. 
Instead the idea of a specific species informs a more surreal interpretation, unbound by reality. 
http://www.prettyscruffy.com/home