In this extensive new PDF report, Patternbank brings you the essential Autumn/Winter 2014/15 print trend information seen at September’s Première Vision and Indigo shows in Paris. Our trend team were on hand to capture all the seasonal key points. This report brings you the key print trend insights from the show, making this report an indispensable intelligence tool for your seasonal print developments.
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The incredible mediumistic work of South East London born artist Madge Gill has a tantalising attention to detail. After a catalogue of tragedy in her personal life and after losing the use of her right eye, Madge started to write, draw and embroider. She mostly worked by oil lamp at night, and her interest in spiritualism greatly influenced her work which often featured ‘Myrninerest’ a spirit guide who she would set within a background of pattern and texture. After her death in 1961 her work was handed to East Ham County Council by her son as her most prolific period of work was produced whilst living in East Ham. These pieces have been resurrected and will be exhibited at the Julian Hartnoll Gallery, between 4th – 12th October 2013. See more of her work here.
Patternbank brings you our final report from Paris Spring/Summer 2014 Fashion Week. In this third and final instalment we have selected designers showing key print trends for S/S 2014. Now that the dust has settled and all the shows have finished we are busy working on our ‘Catwalk Print & Pattern Trend Report for Spring/Summer 2014′. Our resident trend experts are scouring the thousands of incredible images we’ve seen and breaking down the key trends from the Catwalks of New York, London, Milan and Paris. Sign up to our Weekly Digest to be among the first to hear about this indispensable report.
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Patternbank brings you the highlights from Paris S/S 2014 Fashion Week. This is the second instalment where we have selected designers showing key print trends for Spring / Summer 2014. Watch out for Part 3 which will follow shortly.
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Patternbank brings you the highlights from Paris S/S 2014 Fashion Week. This is the first instalment where we have selected designers showing key print trends for Spring / Summer 2014. Watch out for Part 2 which will follow shortly.
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Patternbank are loving these paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Leo Eguiarte. Running through most of his paintings is his signature purple, turquoise and emerald colour palette that gives his work a cohesive feel and the unique texture created by painting on old circuit boards. As Leo’s Bio says: “His work often references symbolism found in ancient cultures and the appropriation of it from groups outside them. Through this dynamic the work conveys how history tends to repeat itself”. Check out more of his work on his website.
These captivating rainbow coloured webs strung across geometric frames, are the work of Australian artist Nike Savvas. ’Liberty and Anarchy’ came to the UK earlier this year and her impressive structures with their threaded spaces appear like solid ‘Spirograph,’ drawings. Nike’s play with colour, pattern and 3D sculpture have been designed using mathematical formulas to create ever changing perspectives and vibrant pattern filled spaces. Other pieces from Nike include ”Full of Love and Full of Wonder’ her installation of coloured bouncy balls which appear in suspended animation like floating 3 diminutional spots. See more from Nike here.
Last year Patternbank featured the incredible, eclectic work of artist Kristjana S Williams. With a brand new exhibition alongside other artists opening at the Exposure Gallery on 13th November, the team wanted to share her latest portfolio. The exhibition has been put together by Outline Artists, an illustration agency s[...]
Erika Pochybova-Johnson creates these intricate paintings in her own unique style using elaborate combinations of brightly coloured dots, shape and lines. Originally from Czechoslovakia Erika now lives and works in Lubbock, Texas. Patternbank love the kaleidoscopic patterns that are created as Erika improvises as she paints [...]
Patternbank loves the sleek sophistication and retro style that oozes from the illustrations of Anja Kroenke. The New York based artist was born in Vienna, Austria where she studied Textile Design and Fashion Illustration. Her career kicked off in Graphics but after moving to New York Anja devoted her time to illustration. [...]