If you haven’t had a chance to take a look at Robert Normand’s geometrically inspired collection – Furniture F2 – it’s highly recommended. Normand plays with combining unexpected patterns into cohesive shape explorations and the results are full of movement and inspiration!
The World’s First Glow in the Dark Cat | Painting by Mowgli Omari | Fashion by Phenomenon | Pink Airplane by New Zealand Air
Whether your biggest love is your mate, your cat, or yourself, have a love-filled Valentine’s day!
This pottery was created on a 3-D printer using sound vibrations to create the pattern. Reminds me of how records are made, with grooves for sound instead of pattern.
Kellyanna crafts her world in an 80s vernacular of crazy shapes and primary colored prints. This London based designer’s obsession with pattern has lead her to partner with clients such as Farfetch, Stella McCartney, and even, Nike. Confetti lines, wormy squiggles, and stripes are just a few of the forms you’ll see sprinkled throughout her artwork which appears on everything from footwear to posters. Kellyanna’s collection for Sophia Webster boasts bold prints on platform shoes and swimwear. Pair them with pink plastic flamingos and palms, and a retro world awaits. Check out more of her work here.
If you’re a fan of the gorgeous wallpaper creations of Brookly-based, Calico, you’ll be thrilled to know that the designs can now be found featured on a limited-edition fashion collection. Working together with Swords-Smith and Print All Over Me – the clothing line features pieces for both men and women in a variety of different styles from jumpsuits to hats – and the results are not to be missed!
5 Fruits x 2 | Tumblr | MSGM
Craft your own world as designers take the cut-out look one step further as seen in the pre-fall collections of Autumn/Winter 2016. In this trend direction titled, Child’s Play, simple and bold graphic forms create child-like scenes of nature and urban environments with a naive twist. Valentino captures cityscapes while Tsumori Chisato and Coach conjure up idyllic pastoral landscapes. Grab a pair of scissors and start cutting out your own utopia.
Kueng Caputo Studio is taking dish-ware to a new level with their collection entitled “Never Too Much”. The intricate bowls are made of hand-painted leather. The project is reminiscent of the studio’s 2013 collection (of the same name) pictured below, which featured hand-painted leather and enamel chairs and benches.
Dark shades with pops of neons create a cyber world feel.