Samantha Russo sketchbook

Samantha Russo's Sketchbook Transformed into Pattern Catalog

I have a penchant for 100 days projects, and artist Samantha Russo has recently completed one that's full of color and pattern—all in her sketchbook.

“I would describe my practice as well planned spontaneity. I always     start with a considered palette and story allowing me to design freely     and play with mark making, texture and composition. ”  When faced with a design brief, I don’t look for the new; I look back, and  guide myself with the inspiration that I’m constantly collecting through  everyday life. A very visual person, I will snap until my camera roll is  overloaded with images of lines, patterns, colour, composition form...

Cassie Byrnes, Textile + Surface Designer

I love the suggestion of the fish by just using triangles. Rugs pattern "Fish#03" by Pixtil - Pattern Design, Print Design, Textile Design.

I love the suggestion of the fish by just using triangles. Rugs pattern Fish by Pixtil - Pattern Design, Print Design, Textile Design.

Instead of one piece of fabric as a doorway divider or curtain, use multiple lengths & shapes to create a multi layered collage! Nadine Goepfert

Window display idea- Instead of one piece of fabric as a doorway divider or curtain, use multiple lengths & shapes to create a multi layered collage!

Yumi Okita. I don't know what these are made of (cloth?) but I think they're cool.

Yumi Okita Moths always bring up memories of summer nights with pulsating clouds of fluttery wings swarming the lights by the door…and the subsequent shrieking that breaks the quiet as I flail my arms a…

Alexander Morton, textile design, 1926. Inspired by Sardinian peasant embroideries. Cotton. England.

/ alexander morton / textile design / Inspired by sardinian peasant embroideries / cotton / england via copper hewitt /

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The Print-Focused Textiles of Cassie Byrnes

Textile designer Cassie Byrnes creates colorful, abstract patterns that she applies to collections of housewares, screen printed artwork, and clothing.

Vibrant, joyful, and oh so painstaking all at the same time! This is the work of Sydney based artist Liz Payne. I found her work on Instagram, which is where most of the work above comes from. Her fin

liz payne (The Jealous Curator)

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