Patternbank bring you their second in-depth trend report highlighting the key print trends emerging from the recent Premiére Vision and Indigo Salon shows.

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Patch Up

Clashing Prints – Overlaid And Collaged Looks – Brush And Digital Mixes – Dramatic Pattern Layouts – Overlaid Pattern Clashes –  Scenic And Geometric Combinations – Photographic, Digital And Hand Painted Collage Experimentation

Clark GoolsbyDaily Poetics, Weird FriendsBeatriz MilhazesDries Van Noten SS12Steven Riddle,

Ocean Distortion

Rippled Textures – Painterly Wave Forms – Aquas, Strong Turquoises And Bottle Greens – Reflected Sunlight Through The Sea – Abstract Wave And Ripple Statements – Unrecognisable Detail – Ocean Movement In Pattern – Smooth Flowing Patterns

Vince Cavatalo, Eduard Tomek, Peter Pilotto S/S 2012Alexander McQueen S/S 2010David Maisel

Brushmark Statements

Art hand paint forms – Brush dab pattern – Pattern build up through abstract paint textures – Pointillist painter inspired looks – Mixed scale brush work – Delicate brushed pattern

Serena Mitnik-Miller, Jenny Vorwaller, Dior, George Seurat, Rodarte Fall 2012 

Digitally Enhanced

Pop Art inspired half-tone dots – Futuristic florals hidden amongst complex geometry – Textural and photographic overlays – painterly abstract multicolor imagery – Photoshop blurred zig zags – Photoshop filters create complex fading in and out of colour

Andy GilmoreKristin Reger, Erdem, Freja BehaMaisie Cousins,

Exotic Profusion

Colour explosion – Exotic flauna mixes – Rainforest blooms – Digital and watercolour effect mixes – High contrast prints – Neon brights – Bird of paradise and orchid floral studies – Pattern overlays

Richard Mosse, Lily & Lionel, Cecilia Paredes, Leitmotiv

Summer Tribe

Abstracted Ikat Designs – Simplified Ikat – Optical Patterns – Vibrant Colour Enhanced Ethnic Compositions – Mixed Stripes And Pattern Forms – Blurred Felt-tip Pen Visuals – Multi-coloured Traditional Ikat Motifs

Barbara Bui, Thakoon S/S 2012,

Don’t miss Première Vision + Indigo – Print Trends Spring/Summer 2013 Part 1



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