Aged 25, textile surface designer Rianna Phillips is on a mission to bring manufacturing back to the U.K. Each piece is lovingly hand crafted in her home country England, Manchester. We love the way she incorporates digital prints infused with soft pastels and prints to her designs. Here are some of Rianna’s fabulous creations.
We recently printed these photographs by Australian photographer Jacob McFadden onto t-shirts. The final products were then given away as gifts. If you have any of your own photographs or artworks you would like to print onto fabric contact us to brainstorm and bring to life your creative ideas.
We recently came across Berlin-based fashion student Alba Prat, and found her use of laser cut neoprene fabric intriguing. She has created the neoprene collection with the material traditionally used to make wetsuits and heavy duty swimwear. Check out her designs here. Photography: José Morraja Hair & make up: Tatjana Kuehr – Photos from Pleat Farm
We put together this collage of digitally printed fashion to inspire you all. We have included a number of designers with images from our blog posts and photos on Pinterest. Enjoy!
Fashion designer Michael Angel has a fantastic grasp of digital printing. Check out his examples below from his collection Resort ’12.
This is a great overview and insight into the designers that work at Liberty Art fabrics and how they came up with their inspiration for their collection.
What do you use for your favourite tools and utensils when making art and textiles? Below are some tools that the RMIT students from Bricolage used for creating their final art pieces. What does your workspace look like?
Harvest Textiles is a team of women who share a passion for quality handmade textiles, the joy of learning, community and sustainability. There are two facets of their business: – Screen printing / workshops- They offer an extraordinary amount of workshops, seminars and events at their Brunswick location. – Their label- Which is Harvest textiles and they make clothing, homewares, accessories, yardage and DIY contemporary kits. Below are some examples of their beautiful work and designs.
We stumbled upon this lovely Melbourne business, Funky Wombat Textiles recently and couldn’t wait to share their beautiful designs. The designer behind the prints is Tamara Schneider, surface pattern and textile designer. Each design, print and product is oozing originality and style!
We love what these guys do! Tribal textiles is a mix of traditional African art with contemporary designs, drawing inspiration from the stunning Zambian wildlife and surroundings. Each piece is drawn and painted by local Zambian men and women in a rich palette of hand-mixed colours, providing jobs in an area where employment is scarce. Their objective: to create unforgettable and exquisite textiles whilst working in harmony with nature and benefitting the local community. It’s so inspiring to see that they began in…