Bold, organic shapes overlap to add interest to these color blocked looks.
German illustrator Cynthia Kitter creates illustrations for publications like The New York Times, Creative Review and Die Zeit. Her illustrations remind me of David Hockney but with a more organic feel. Love the colors, line quality and boldness of her work!
Join us tomorrow and Wednesday at the Metropolitan Pavilion for the summer edition of Premiere Vision NY featuring Pattern People’s latest print collection. We’ll have you covered with prints perfect for all your needs from activewear to womenswear, swimwear to junior. Our newest patterns feature patchwork florals, graphic tropicals, mystic geos, abstract textures and more! Can’t make the show? Visit our online catalogue or make an appointment here.
Ana Morais of Casulo creates elaborate, woven works of art. Based in Portugal, the artist specializes in macrame wall hangings as well as a wide variety of woven treats for any interior. The woven swing, which doubles as an amazing shelf, is a favorite for sure.
Keita Maruyama | Anna Sui | Yoshio Kubo
Star prints shine for Fall 2016
Working formerly as a landscape designer at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, Laura Evans relocated to Asheville, North Carolina in 2013 where she founded homewares line OUTRA. Form and function come together in the line with visible references to Evan’s previous background. Constructed from organic cotton and crafted to endure in both wear and interest, the OUTRA collection focuses on simple linear shapes painted by hand. Evan’s works from an upstairs studio situated inside her 1920s craftsman. You can get a sneak peek into her home here or shop the collection here.
Rethinking the Mexican serape blanket, artist Adrian Esparza, deconstructs the brightly colored tourist-favorites and turns them into intricate geometric wall hangings.
Tiny flowers collages breed happiness.