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Patternbank brings you a snapshot of the key prints seen at the recent Part 1 New Designers Graduate show.

The Patternbank team recently visited the New Designers Graduate show at London’s Business Design Centre. Taking place over two weeks, with eight distinct design zones and two prestigious Awards Evenings, New Designers is the UK’s most important graduate design exhibition, full of innovation and fresh thinking. Part 1 of the graduate show focused on Textiles and surface pattern design courses and was the ultimate event to spot the next wave of creative talent to hit the industry.

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All images copyright ©Hannah Bowen 2013, Leeds College of Art & Design

 

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All images copyright ©Freya Gardner2013, Arts University Bournemouth 

 

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All images copyright ©Katie Fitzpatrick 2013, Leeds College of Art and Design

 

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All images copyright ©Stephanie Rostron 2013, Leeds College of Art & Design

 

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All images copyright ©Karolina Klimczyk 2013, Edinburgh College of Art

 

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San Francisco-based artist Klari Reis is creating a new Petri dish painting every day in 2013 for her Daily Dish project. Klari uses the creative process of both painting and science in this mesmerising project. Patternbank love the unnatural but beautiful textures, shapes and random pattern Reis is creating in this optical exploration. See more of her Petri dish art here.

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These completely out-of-this-world cosmic creations are created by Brighton based Photographer Jack Hardwicke. Patternbank are loving the awesome clash of colours and the otherworldly abstract qualities of these pieces. Are they photographs, paintings, scientific experiments or fragments from the outer regions of the universe – who knows?, but one thing is for sure they are incredibly mesmerising and beautiful. For much, much more check out The Eidophusikon, and from October 17th to November 13th during Brighton’s Biennial Photography Festival, Brighton Fishing Quarter Gallery presents an exclusive collection of digital art by Jack Hardwicke. ‘Fragmented Moments’ is a showcase of abstract photography, art and design by one of Brighton’s emerging talents – go check it out.

 

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Patternbank love Kimi Pryor’s strong illustrative style, in her abstract paintings. Her use of geometric mapping points featuring heavily in her work. With a childhood spent in L.A. and her college years in Chicago, Kimi graduated with a BFA in painting and drawing . Having now relocated to Philadelphia, Kimi previously spent time in Columbus, Ohio painting and continuing her creative portfolio, studying Fashion and children’s book illustration. See more from Kimi in publications such as Carpaccio and Blanket Magazine.

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