Texprint 2013 – Print Design
By Hannah Watkins

Texprint selects and showcases the best of British textile design graduates across print, knit, weave, embroidery and mixed media.

Jul 11, 2013
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Texprint selects and showcases the best of British textile design graduates across print, knit, weave, embroidery and mixed media. Stylesight popped along to see the inspirational work and here we have highlighted our favorite picks from printed textile design.

Influenced by fashion, film and the paintings of the old master, Alice Archer uses digital embroidery to re-create traditional embroidery patterns.

Alice Archer

Florence Angelica Colson’s collection titled “Ornamental Agglomeration”, celebrates the intricate detailing of Victorian ornament.

Florence Angelica Colson

Charlie O’ Bryne‘s collection is inspired by British culture, childhood memories and his family. He draws images of English breakfasts, flowers and teacups and transforms them into vivid, playful prints.

Charlie O Byrne

Pepe Lowe combines her detailed prints with intricate embroidery, drawing inspiration from destruction and natural disasters.

Pepe Lowe

Check out our upcoming report on Textprint at Stylesight.


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