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1. DESIGNER - morag myerscough

This is wonderfully colourful work of Morag Myerscough. I discovered Morag through the current exhibition at the Southbank Centre in London where in front of the Royal Festival Hall the most unusual temple was being built from painted wood panels of colourful geometrics and bold typography. Below are my snap shots taken at the Temple of Agape which was commissioned by The

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2. TABLEWARE - lotta kühlhorn

Lotta Kühlhorn is one of my favourite designers so i was really pleased recently to discover some more great designs she has created for the Japanese market. You may know Lotta from her gorgeous Koloni range of products or from her cards, wrap, book covers etc. but her graphic Scandinavian style designs are also very popular in Japan where she takes lots of commissions through her Japanese

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3. DESIGNER - judy kaufman

Designer Judy Kaufman has created a new collection of patterns which are available for non-exclusive license called Hello Pattern. The prints include geometric, organic, typographic forms which can be applied to paper, fabric, wood, ceramics, walls, shower curtains, gadgets, and more. Retailers, manufacturers, product designers, fashion designers, interior designers, etc. can use them on any

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4. DESIGNER - inga wilmink

These fab designs are available for licensing from designer Inga Wilmink. Inga is a freelance designer based in London, although she is originally from Germany. Inga has designed for WH Smith, Walmart, Wilkinson, and Tesco among others and she has just created a new website for her designs online here.

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5. DESIGN STUDIO - ciinnamon joe

The Cinnamon Joe Studio are really excited that designer Kim Hawes has decided to join their studio. Kim comes up with great characters and colours, and has a very individual style. and they are sure their clients will love her prints. Kim is from Cincinatti, Ohio and has worked in the industry for the past ten years, but now she wants to branch out into the exciting world of surface design "

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6. DESIGNER - jessica wilde

Jessica Wilde recently launched a new website to showcase her designs and has put together her first look book. Jessica is specialising in home, gift and stationery, and also has a range of illustrated art prints and gifts available in my Etsy shop. She has a portfolio of designs available for purchase or license and would always welcome new freelance projects and commissions

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7. ILLUSTRATION - holly maguire

Holly Maguire is a freelance Illustrator and pattern designer based in Bristol. Her work often includes detailed yet playful and bright imagery made using gouache, and pen and ink. Holly really enjoys being able to apply her work to homewares, clothing and functional items. Her patterns are inspired by vintage design, packaging, fashion and popular culture. They often feature elements of  

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8. DESIGNER - ashley lotecki

Ashley Lotecki is a surface pattern designer and illustration based out of Toronto,Canada. Ashley enjoys creating quirky, whimsical artwork that has a sense of movement and life. She is very often inspired by childhood memories of growing up in the Canadian prairies and antique objects discovered on her grandparents farm. Ashley has a background in the fashion industry with over 8 years of

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9. DESIGNER - miriam bos

Miriam Bos is one of the Spoonflower Fabric8 contest finalists who is competing to win the chance to create a collection with Robert Kaufman. You can see all 8 finalists on Spoonflower'sFacebook page and voting opens on July 17th. Miriam created this design (above & below) called Le Jardin Cosmique based on the brief 'Cosmic Voyage'. In showcasing her entry I couldn't resist posting some more

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10. FABRICS - fabric8 finalists

And here are two more designs in the Spoonflower Fabric8 contest. The first is 'Far Away Folk' by Cerigwen. I love the way Ceri has managed to get a folky feel to a space design. And below look out for Ali Benyon's POW design with its jewel like colours and organic motifs.

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11. DESIGNER - vetmari

Yvette Marie Jones is the surface pattern designer behind Vetmari whose first fabric line is coming out shortly with P&B Textiles. Yvette describes her style as sophisticated simplicity with a French flair. She is very inspired by taking vintage motifs and giving them a modern spin and loves all things French. I love her colourful geometrics (above and below( but her latest pattern look book

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12. DESIGNER - lamai mccartan

The next entry in the Spoonflower Fabric8 Contest is from Lamai McCartan's 'Constellations - Hidden in the Stars' design. Lamai is one of 8 finalists who now has to go on and build a print collection around their design entry. Voting open on July 17th and you can see all the entries here. I am also posting some more of Lamai's lovely work. She is an illustrator who loves designing patterns and

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13. NEW DESIGNER - rosie moss

Designer Rosie Moss exhibited at New Designers in London last week as part of their 'One year on' showcase. Rosie graduated with an MA in Textile Design from the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design in 2013. Since then she has produced a wonderful range of textile prints on bags, cases and cushions which she sells online here.

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14. DESIGNER - ashley le querre

Ashley Le Querre is an English designer living and working in Australia. Ashley's new designs have been inspired by her travels - such as the 'In The Jungle' patterns which were inspired by her time working on a coffee farm in New South Wales. As seen online here.

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15. DESIGNER - ryan deighton

Ryan Deighton exhibited at New Designers in London at the end of June after graduating from Leeds College of Art where he studied Printed Textiles and Surface Pattern Design. Ryan's work is influenced by his love of mid-century design and the collection he created for his final major project is entitled "United States of Retro" which he designed with contemporary interiors in mind. You can see

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16. DESIGNER - anna pernilla

This is the beautiful work of Anna Pernilla a designer and illustrator from Sweden where she trained at the HDK School of Design and Crafts at the University of Gothenburg. Anna works in visual communication with a particular passion for illustration and pattern design.

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17. DESIGNER - ali benyon

Ali Benyon is a surface pattern designer who is originally from Manchester in the UK, but now lives in Melbourne, Australia. Ali studied Textile Design at Loughborough University, graduating with a Multi Media textiles Degree, and more recently took part in Rachael Taylors surface pattern design course and Ali now feels her work has grown considerably in a very short space of time. Using bold

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18. DESIGNER - kate Austin

On Fridays I like to post some design eye candy and I thought this gorgeous floral from designer Kate Austin fitted the bill nicely. Its a riot of bright colour and lively drawings on a darker base. Kate studied design in London but is now based in Toronto and exhibited at Surtex this year.

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19. DESIGNER - muffin grayson

Pauline 'Muffin' Grayson has created a bright new website to show off her colourful pattern portfolio. Pauline works as a freelance designer whose projects have included designing gift wraps for Target and children's growth charts for Petit Lemon. Pauline is also a member of a new art collective featuring six designers called Happy Happy. Her designs are available for licensing and you can

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20. FABRIC PREVIEW - jane farnham

Jane Farnham, a designer based in Hertfordshire, has been super busy designing print collections for Camelot fabrics. These include Love Letters, Peacock Garden, and Sew Happy which will all be released this autumn. Jane recently joined the Cinnamon Joe studio and was thrilled to be represented by them at Surtex last month. To see more from Jane or get in touch you can check out her portfolio

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21. DESIGNER - kathrin legg

Kathrin Legg is a surface pattern designer from Germany who is now based in Australia. Kathrin wanted to share some of her most recent work which has been created through Lilla Rogers MATS (Make art that sells) Bootcamp. The first are from Lilla's February assignment based on cuckoo clocks and is called 'Birdsong' and it has just been licensed with Keka Case for cell phone covers and laptop

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22. ILLUSTRATION - holly mcdonald

I love these folky florals from illustrator Holly Mcdonald. Holly works mainly as a book cover designer and you can see a lot of the cover designs she has created on her website here. As well as designing book covers, Holly is now branching out into freelance illustration and it is her hope that she can broaden her client list to include textiles, stationery, products - everything really!

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23. DESIGNER - nina schmalenbach

Nina Schmalenbach is a designer from Sweden who began freelancing last year. Nina has mostly beenworking with screen or digital prinst and her designs are often based on her watercolour drawings, and has also created a wallpaper with ecotaper last year. Recently Nina has started to sell cushion covers, cards and prints in a little webshop and cushions. bags, and kids tees at Friends of Form in

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24. TEXTILES - yasunobu shimizudani - jubilee

Yasunobu Shimizudani is the Japanese designer behind these beautiful fabrics. Yasunobu graduated from the Tama University of Art in 2004 where since 2012 he also works as a part time lecturer in Textile Design. In 2008 he started his own brand Jubilee, using hand printed fabrics and now creates all kinds of textile products from shoes to cushions. You can buy Yasunobu's Jubilee fabrics on Etsy

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25. ILLUSTRATION - lucy auge

Lucy Auge is an illustrator and artist who lives and works in Bath, UK. Lucy describes her style as "Mainly floral based with my work having a very strong patterns feel to it". A lot of her inspiration is drawn from her own experience in cultivating her garden. She completed a degree in Graphic Communication at Bath Spa University and has designed for clients such as Puffin Books and Sofa.com.

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