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Patternbank love Basso & Brooke’s new venture into the world of interiors. The fashion duo are known for being one of the first to show a fully digitally printed collection of clothing at London Fashion Week in 2003. Their move into interiors seems fitting and perfectly displays their bold use of colour and graphic elements, so constant in their designs. Jupiter 10 will be launching a collection of fabrics to coordinate with the wallpapers, rugs and tiles in the same designs. Check out more on their Instagram @jupiterten.

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Mixing pop culture icons with stylised artworks, designer BFGF caught our eye recently. These fresh homewares are the work of Lilian Martinez who calls her creative endeavor BFGF an “Art Brand”. Patternbank were drawn to the compelling randomness of the content. Simpson’s characters, sports brand logos, historic female sculptures, and basketballs all feature within her work. Mixing history, pop culture elements, and tropical plant life to create amazing art pieces. Based in California BFGF sells through her website and Society6.

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The Patternbank team have been researching the latest print and pattern trends for Interiors Spring/Summer 2019. This market is awash with different looks to choose from right now, but dark midnight blue to black seems to be a hot favourite, with a new twist on the ongoing tropical theme. To add some glamour accessories like flamingoes, cacti and pineapple lamps, with rich golds and copper tones are key to this look. Keep an eye out for more interior trend reports on Patternbank.

Tropical Palms / Dark Palm Forests / Vintage Hawaiian Bark Prints / Green on Green / Dark Navy and Black Colour Palettes / Fern Leaf Prints / Banana Leaves / Tropical Beach Landscapes

Image credits: Palm Tree plate – Plumo, Primark, Fan Palm Pattern by Hum Estúdio, House of Hackney, Wild Tropical by Mini Bettina, Tropical Embroidery by Hum Estúdio, Paul Smith Spring 2018


Classical Flamingo Mural Paintings / Faux Taxidermy / Bold and Bright Palm Leaves / Soft Pinks / Emerald Greens / Flamingo Pink / Illustrative Drawing Styles / Mural Borders

Image credits: Salon Residence, Faux Flamingo Bird, Graphic Jungle by Katya Rozz, Matthew Williamson at Osborne & Little, Burcu-221 by Burcu Korkmazyürek, Dreamy Wall


Slick Leaf Photography / Luxe Tropicals / Gold and Copper Touches / Rich Tones / Shiny Surfaces / Varied Texture / Pattern Cover-Ups / Rich Velvets

Image credits: PrintsProject, muralswallpaper.com, Maboun Unlimited Ideas, Tropic Banana Leaf by Susi Jianyi, Found on Pinterest, Tropical Lucid by Hum Estúdio, Abigail Ahern, Limerence Wallpaper Ink by House of Hackney

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Patternbank are a big fan of the beautiful draughtsmanship found in Kit Miles‘s work. Miles has recently been awarded the 2016 prize for best new designer at this years Homes and Gardens designer awards. Not surprisingly Miles is an advocate of the skills for drawing, enabling wonderful and often surrealist imagery to be incorporated into their designs. Miles formed his studio after completing his MA at the Royal College of Art and has since worked on projects for Duplex’s Colour Futures exhibition at Somerset House for the London Design Festival and a new line of fabrics for Liberty of London.

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Visit the Patternbank online studio to browse our newest design collections. Our unique pattern studio is updated daily, so don’t miss our latest collection of royalty-free repeat patterns. We have the largest online collection of curated seamless bitmap & vector repeat patterns for download and instant use.

If you’re after something more exclusive head over to our Premium Studio, where we have an extensive collection of one-off license, trend focused pattern designs to browse through. 

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Click here to view the latest collection that have been uploaded by the largest global designer database. Everything from simple vector patterns, intricate hand painted floral repeats and catwalk trend reactive designs can be viewed 24/7 – anytime – anywhere.  

*For our Designers, we encourage you all to use the #newonpatternbank hashtag when promoting designs across Pinterest / Instagram / Linkedin Twitter Facebook and we’ll repost our favourites.

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Patternbank are excited to introduce our latest print trend tool that focuses on home for SS17. Our interiors team have been researching and analysing the world of design, art and pattern to create this essential print trend report. With over 70 pages of inspirational mood, colour and pattern trend intelligence, this print trend forecast aims to assist and inspire with all your new season developments.

  • 4 macro trends, 16 print stories and 32 print direction pages

  • Over 70 pages of inspirational print forecast intelligence

  • Over 200 directional hand-picked images

  • Colour palette breakdowns with Pantone TCX references

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Our inspiration is split into four overarching macro trends. These four mood setting themes are then split into four smaller and more directional trends, all containing a mood board and print direction pages with credited images for your convenience. The print directions break down each of the moods to focus on inspirational print and pattern direction. This report covers a broad spectrum of the season’s hottest pattern trends, and with sixteen trends, complete with Pantone® TCX references we are confident this wealth of choice and inspiration will provide a foundation in your creative developments for SS17.

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Justina Blakeney is obsessed with tropicals and bohemian treasures and her latest collaboration with Hygge & West is just that. Rich tropical prints in beautiful colours, delicate ethnic patterns and bold conversational palm prints will brighten your home in these dark winter nights. Blakeney is an expert at transforming homes (including her own Jungalow in Los Angeles) into beautiful bohemian palaces with lush tropical gardens. A knack for display and eccentric vintage finds has enabled her to work with the likes of Anthropologie, 1st Dibs, OneKingsLane, eBay, CB2,and Joss & Main. Check out Blakeney’s Blog, Pinterest and Instagram for more cheering inspiration.

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The Patternbank team returned to Kensington Olympia once again for Top Drawer & Home‘s Autumn 2015 show. With a wealth of new and innovative designers on show in the Spotted at Top Drawer area, curated by the freelance writer and author Charlotte Abrahams, the show was as vibrant as ever. Top Draw’s Academy Masterclass showcased an impressive crowd of top entrepreneurs and business experts, from Wayne Hemingway, MBE to Patricia van der Akker from The Design Trust, not to mention Patternbank’s very own Trend Editor, Neil Elliott, all taking centre stage to inspire and innovate. Here’s a little taste of Patternbank’s Top picks from the show.

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French illustrator and printmaker Hellomarine, now Uk based spends her time working on various projects balancing her time between commissioned work and personal projects. Her bold and colourful work has appealed to an impressive list of clients from Lacoste to The NY Times. See more on her website here

 

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Super LdN was created by Steven after a 10 year stint as a retailer on portobello Road. These unique cards challenge the generic greeting card market with quirky elements and punky themes, each card is like a small work of art. See the full collection here.

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Design and printmaking duo Orwell and Goode are based in the Scottish borders creating their individual collections of printed homewares from their studio in a converted stable block. Read more about their story and see their full range of products here

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Patternbank are excited to announce the we’ve partnered with 3M ScotchBlue Painter’s Tape to create 5 inspirational trends for this 2016 Pattern Forecast report.

The report can be downloaded from the ScotchBlue website and along with the helpful tutorials and videos enables anyone to easily create stunning patterns in and around your home and office.

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From tabby cats and wood grain to crosswalks and ladder rungs, stripes are all around you. Their simple structure makes them a classic pattern that’s been used for thousands of years – but it also means that they’re a vital part of modern design vocabulary. Lately, there’s been a resurgence of stripes with a bold, modern twist. Our Striking Linework pattern reflects that trend, and incorporates sharp angles that personalize the simple stripe and give it power. A fractured, abstract look also helps dimensionalize stripes to add depth and form to any surface.

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Mod Optic

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3D geometric designs might seem relatively new, but you can find them in unexpected places – like woven baskets, latticework, and marble floors – that have existed for centuries. More recently, well-known artists like M.C. Escher have also drawn on these strong mathematical shapes and forms to define what’s known as “optical art.” Building on these traditions, bold geometric designs are now making their way back into the market with subtle twists in scale and color. Our Mod Optic pattern draws on these strong three-dimensional patterns for a clean, modern style that communicates sophistication and audacity.

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Patternbank love the sheer scale and intensity of John McAllister’s paintings from the collection “Tides must Exalt” which showed at the James Fuentes Gallery in New York in April 2014. The paintings depict both interior spaces and outdoor scenes where the colour hues have been turned right up to dazzle us with their luminosity in unreal pink and purple skies. McAllister takes everyday objects of flowers, fruits, dishes, chairs, tables and windows giving them an almost serene and dream like quality.  Browse more of John McAllister’s paintings at artsy.net

 

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The detail in Greg Irvine’s paintings is so rich with pattern and meticulous in arrangement that Patternbank were hard pushed to know what to look at first. Patterned wallpapers and fabrics mix with an array of florals and beautiful tableware amongst other surprising ornaments, where ornately dressed figures are almost camouflaged with their surroundings. Take a look at Irvine’s incredible Melbourne home on The Design Files and you’ll recognise some of the objects and fabrics alongside remarkable collections of antique furniture, ceramics, tableware, glassware, enamelware, tortoiseshell, vintage fabrics and much more! A selection of Irvine’ new paintings are on show at Hawthorn Studio and Gallery until 29th November.

 

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Today we are featuring the work of textile print designer Erceylanus, in our ongoing series highlighting the fantastic designers here on the Patternbank Textile Print Design Studio. Ersin Ceylan graduated from Mimar Sinan Faculty of Fine Arts Textile and Fashion Design in Istanbul and has been designing textiles since 1997, working with several Turkish Fashion houses creating prints for fashion and homeware. Nature and clever plays of light and colour dominate Ersin’s ever expanding creations and with the new improvements in digital printing his works diversity is limitless.

Little White Flower available exclusively on our Online Textile Design Studio

 

Crocodile Color Skin available exclusively on our Online Textile Design Studio

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Today we are featuring the work of textile print designer Velvetgoldmine in our ongoing series highlighting the fantastic designers here on the Patternbank Textile Print Design Studio. Sylvie Nowack is a french graphic designer who designs under the name Velvetgoldmine. Sylvie’s patterns start with sketches made by hand and her own photos which are then manipulated in illustrator or photoshop. There is a love of nature and animals in her work with colour and geometry being a strong underlying feature.

Patternbank think her work has a distinct feel and understanding sympathetic to pattern which is crucial in surface design and fashion print. Take a look at more of her amazing designs here on her profile page. The featured design above is Blue Garden Pattern and is available exclusively on the Patternbank Studio as are all the designs shown here.

Velvetgoldmine also has many designs in Patternbank Premium our exclusive area for key buyers in the fashion and surface design industry. Patternbank Premium offers one-off bespoke designs (once a design is sold it is instantly removed from the site), this section of the site is a members-only area where you need to apply for access.

Black and White Pattern available exclusively on our Online Textile Design Studio

 

Flowered Landscape Pattern available exclusively on our Online Textile Design Studio

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Today we are featuring the work of textile print designer Simonetta De Simone in our ongoing series highlighting the fantastic designers here on the Patternbank Textile Print Design Studio. Simonetta is an artist/ illustrator who after graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts of Venice, Italy worked with advertising and communication agencies.

Patternbank love her work which is varied in styles from beautiful painted floral work with intricate textured backgrounds to more graphic and photo real designs. Simonetta has a real talent for creating beautiful textures which often feature skins and other clever surface patterns. Check out more of her amazing designs on her profile page here. The featured design above is Strange Garden and is available exclusively on the Patternbank Studio as are all the designs shown here.

Simonetta also has many designs in Patternbank Premium our exclusive area for key buyers in the fashion industry. Patternbank Premium offers one-off bespoke designs (once a design is sold it is instantly removed from the site), this section of the site is a members-only area where you need to apply for access.

High Contrast Pattern available exclusively on our Online Textile Print Design Studio

 

Tribal available exclusively on our Online Textile Print Design Studio

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Studio Job founders Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel raided their archive to create a unique wallpaper range for Dutch brand NLXL which debuted at The Milan Furniture Fair In April 2014. Patternbank love the collection which comprises seven designs: Industry, Labyrinth, Perished, Alt Deutsch, L’Afrique and Withered Flowers where existing drawings, icons, images and patterns were used to create unique nine-metre running compositions without any repetition. Studio Job have also produced a line of contemporary rugs for Nodus and have collaborated with various likeminded brands such as Bulgari, Land Rover, L’Oreal, Moooi, Swarovski, Viktor & Rolf, Vlisco and Volvo.

 

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The Brazilian textile designer, Adriana Barra, famous for her vibrant prints which feature predominantly tropical flowers, exotic birds, animals and elaborate ornaments has a homeware collection called tea, see do! Barra’s wild style continues with bold patterns on a floral theme with a slight oriental feel. The collection is on sale in Adriana Barra’s Garden Store in San Palo. Check out her fashion on her website adrianabarra.com for more wild prints.

 

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A crumbling 18th-century flat in the middle of Barcelona is home to architect Benedetta Tagilabue and her two teenage children, a dog and a parrot. Benedetta founded EMBT with her husband, the late architect Enric Miralles. The home is so dramatic with its light filled rooms, vast ceilings and exquisite detailing in patterned tiles and layering in distressed walls. For more about this stunning apartment see Dwell.

 

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Spacecraft Studio is a printmaking studio set up based in Melbourne, Australia with an e-store selling products they produce. The studio itself is a hub of creative activity with projects in Fashion, T-shirts, Interiors and Art. The end result of all this printing is a backing cloth which itself then turns into paintings available to buy. These Backing Cloth Paintings show traces of past projects resulting in some spectacular compositions with layers of colour and imagery. We want one! spacecraftaustralia.com

 

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