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ashleighsdesignlife:

A few pictures before the show this past Friday. I love this collection! I’m overjoyed that I decided to design the prints for my fabric as well as the actual garments. I’m pleased with how everything turned out! 

alexwhelan1:

Printing the Book Cover

For the cover of the book I decided to print the same image as the one on the wallpaper so that it blends in, I also made sure the pattern was the same size as the wallpaper. The book cloth has four repeated patterns on which is the same way my wallpaper has been designed. Because the pattern is repeated it will just follow through around the book, although I am hoping to position it so that the pattern remains central on the front and back cover and isn’t cut of in the middle of the initial pattern. I will also need to make sure that the pattern is placed straight when making the cover as this really is important! I am still unsure yet whether to create more distortion my displaying the book at an angle to the wallpaper to look almost three dimensional. Or do I present it straight in keeping with the theme of the wallpaper.

I spray mounted the book cloth onto paper first so that it would be flat and easier to print onto. I printed the image larger then the actual book so that I have enough cloth to fold around the book so that the viewer will be able to see a strip of the pattern from inside the book aswell. I printed on three separate book cloths so that I could potentially make more then one final outcome! I’m hoping to print an edition of prints onto paper for my practice although I’m not sure how well they will turn out as I am using a fabric screen. I wonder whether the pattern would work the same if it was displayed portrait? I might experiment with this idea further! This would be the image I would use to screen print a wallpaper, so I am going to try to see how difficult it would be to manually line up each section to make a wallpaper. 

stormtrooperfashion:

Jeneil Williams in “Foxy or Boxy” by Jason Kim for Flare Magazine, April 2014

stormtrooperfashion:

Jeneil Williams in “Foxy or Boxy” by Jason Kim for Flare Magazine, April 2014

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zenaparker:

Screen print paper designs

emmawiggett:

My attempt at a 3d canvas with my patterns

helenamaia:

Almofada com estampa etnica.
By: Helena Maia

helenamaia:

Almofada com estampa etnica.

By: Helena Maia

ashleighsdesignlife:

A few pictures before the show this past Friday. I love this collection! I’m overjoyed that I decided to design the prints for my fabric as well as the actual garments. I’m pleased with how everything turned out! 

alexwhelan1:

Printing the Book Cover

For the cover of the book I decided to print the same image as the one on the wallpaper so that it blends in, I also made sure the pattern was the same size as the wallpaper. The book cloth has four repeated patterns on which is the same way my wallpaper has been designed. Because the pattern is repeated it will just follow through around the book, although I am hoping to position it so that the pattern remains central on the front and back cover and isn’t cut of in the middle of the initial pattern. I will also need to make sure that the pattern is placed straight when making the cover as this really is important! I am still unsure yet whether to create more distortion my displaying the book at an angle to the wallpaper to look almost three dimensional. Or do I present it straight in keeping with the theme of the wallpaper.

I spray mounted the book cloth onto paper first so that it would be flat and easier to print onto. I printed the image larger then the actual book so that I have enough cloth to fold around the book so that the viewer will be able to see a strip of the pattern from inside the book aswell. I printed on three separate book cloths so that I could potentially make more then one final outcome! I’m hoping to print an edition of prints onto paper for my practice although I’m not sure how well they will turn out as I am using a fabric screen. I wonder whether the pattern would work the same if it was displayed portrait? I might experiment with this idea further! This would be the image I would use to screen print a wallpaper, so I am going to try to see how difficult it would be to manually line up each section to make a wallpaper. 

stormtrooperfashion:

Jeneil Williams in “Foxy or Boxy” by Jason Kim for Flare Magazine, April 2014

stormtrooperfashion:

Jeneil Williams in “Foxy or Boxy” by Jason Kim for Flare Magazine, April 2014

(via hardlydemure)

zenaparker:

Screen print paper designs

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emmawiggett:

My attempt at a 3d canvas with my patterns

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helenamaia:

Almofada com estampa etnica.
By: Helena Maia

helenamaia:

Almofada com estampa etnica.

By: Helena Maia

patternperdiem:

Day 236
I was cannibal. 

patternperdiem:

Day 236

I was cannibal. 

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I've always been fascinated with how easily patterns are imprinted in our minds due their interesting design, whether they be intricate or simplistic. My name is Ashleigh and am a fashion design student.
This cite is a compilation of work that inspires me.

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