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Patternbank brings you our latest in-depth catwalk trend report. Highlighting the key Spring/Summer 2018 Print and Pattern trends from the latest New York, London, Paris and Milan catwalk and runway shows. The team has gathered information from the designer’s collections and compiled a selection of the most prominent print looks trending for SS 2018 together with an insight into the key colours for the season.

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El Gato Chimney paints nature with extraordinary detail, the natural world is given a magical twist, birdlife and other fantastical creatures, dressed in adornments of patterned fabrics, carry their homes, sometimes on fire, wherever they go. El Gato lives and works in Milan, Italy and began his career as a self taught artist, with an interest in graffiti, street art, steampunk culture and surrealism. His research for his work includes subjects such as alchemy, ancient and modern art, magic, mirabilia, occultism, popular folklore, spiritualism and tribal art. Check out his Instagram for more of his magical birdlife and the James Freeman Gallery where his paintings are currently on show.

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Sean Alexander is an artist and illustrator based in Tacoma, Washington but also spends time in Brooklyn, New York. Influenced by traditions in children’s book illustration, American folk art, cartooning and Scandinavian handicraft, his work has a simple humble line but with drawings full of meaning and feelings. The curious characters that emerge from such detailed patterns, hidden folk tales and Sean’s own life are curiously captivating. See more of Sean’s drawings at seanalexander.net and on flickr.

 

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William Mark has in immense fascination with looking at magnified objects and finding beauty that the unaided human eye is unable to see without the aid of modern cameras and lenses. It’s incredible the amount of detail, pattern, texture and complexity William is able to reveal in these beautiful images. He certainly is a scientist with a flair for art. Check out his Flickr page for many more microscopic masterpieces.

 

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