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These fabulous hand printed cushions are made by Royal College of Art graduate Sunny Todd and his wife Emma. They created Sunny Todd Prints in 2013 and from their studio in Herefordshire they design colourful graphic patterns for interiors, fashion and products.
Every shape is drawn and cut by hand; computers are not used at any stage of the design process; this unique way of working gives the prints beautiful irregularities and ensures that they are refreshingly dynamic and full of movement.
They also have fabrics, paper prints and bags for sale on their website. Have a look at the whole collection at www.sunnytoddprints.co.uk.
Images via Design Milk
These are some examples of American fashion designer Jeremy Scott‘s Spring/Summer 2016 collection. What a delight. So much colour, pattern and big hair… This has to be one of the most colourful and fun catwalks I’ve ever seen!Enjoy!
All photo credits go to vogue.co.uk.
Issue 8 of Moyo magazine is out now!
Packed with interviews, design briefs, colour challenges, art reviews, student showcases, design tips, inspiration, trends and more, this free resource is published quarterly
Inside this 111-page ‘Home’ issue you can find:
PLUS: Designer Diary: Laura Slater, advice on protecting your work from ACID, design tip from Jessica Hogarth and lots more!
You can read it right here or download it to keep!
When we talk about surface pattern design, we usually conjure images of wonderful wallpapers, textiles or stationery; but surface design can be applied to an ever-growing range of objects and materials, in fact, designs can be created for pretty much anything with a surface! That’s why I’m sharing with you today something a little unusual: the amazingly colourful, patterned & fun Naples University Metro Station.
Designed by Architect Karim Rashid in collaboration with Atelier Mendini, this subway station is located in Naples, Italy and serves a multi-cultural, academic community of thousands of passengers a day.
For the station we designed a creative concept that communicates and embodies knowledge in the new digital age, language in the shrinking global landscape, innovation and mobility in this third technological revolution.
I’ll leave you with a few images, as they’re worth a thousand words… Spend a few minutes discovering all the amazing details, the surprises waiting on every surface and be mesmerised by the striking use of colour and pattern.
You can find more images at the Open Buildings website.