Repeat Patterns – SCAD work

Artwork created in graduate student classes at SCAD, 2016-2017

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Orchid Repeat Pattern

Process:

Final repeat pattern:

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Hawaiian Party Plates

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Lilly Pulitzer Project

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Dormify Bedding Contest (1st Place)

Awarded 1st place in the Dormify & CHF Industries Dorm Room Bedding Collection Design Contest

Hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design Collaborative Learning Center, February 2017

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Mosaic Meadow Pattern Collection

The Mosaic Meadow pattern collection is inspired by how kids explore nature with a childlike sense of wonder in every season. It consists of eight patterns in four colorways and is aimed towards girls fashion ages four to fourteen. These patterns can be mixed and matched across the colorways, enabling young girls to develop their own style and show off their personality. Perfect for daily wear, these patterns are “spill-proof” and will hide the evidence of time spent playing outdoors.

Colorways:

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Hand Painted Repeat Pattern (no technology)

This hand drawn and hand painted repeat pattern is inspired by a piece of traditional Kutch embroidery from Gujarat, India. The piece I referenced in my design is a type of Banni embroidery, also called Kutch Bharat, which is named after the semi-desert land called Banni in the Kutch district. I was inspired by the Maltese cross portion of the embroidery.

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