For part two of my current subject we have been looking at how to successfully create repeat patterns using crouqis. As my theme is 90s Brights and Clash i have been looking to existing prints an fabrics for inspiration, mailny taking pictures of interesting garments in charity shops and using images found online. I won’t let you see my final designs yet as they are all still yet to be made perfect, but here are some of the images i have been using to create my masterpieces!
One of the first things that caught my eye when starting at Rock-ola was the interior design of the store, it reminded me of my current subject theme, 90’s Brights and Clash. Naturally I commented and James told me that the got inspiration from artist and designer Camille Walala. Even her name was intriguing so I went ahead and checked her website and fell in love!! Her use of bright colour and bold abstract design is perfect inspiration for my project. Walala uses her designs for fashion, interior and exterior design and anywhere she can! Her work is fantastic so please check her out 🙂
while doing my reserach i came across Shop Floor Whore. they are on asos market place and their collections are incredible! bright, furry and bold, exactly what im looking for!!
This turban will be mine!!
Caighli Taylor is a budding designer that had just launched a collection for sassyworld! her handpainted dress and bright furs are AMAZING!!
Here are some fabrics that caught my eye whilst trolling the charity shops. one was a dress, the other two men’s shirts. I didn’t buy any of them sadly as my wardrobe is already bursting with charity shop gems.
These are examples of the textiles i would like to design at some point, 80’s/90’s print rock my socks.