BA (HONS) DESIGN FOR TEXTILES

Wanderer

Wanderer is a collection of digitally printed scarves and squares inspired by the free-spirited originality and exciting use of colour I see in the Mid Century Modern movement, Hull Traders and the mid-80s designers, English Eccentrics. The scarves and squares are designed with the intention of pulling together the more traditional craft elements of handprint with digital, fully exploring the pandemic induced situation.

Combining freestyle geometrics with botanical forms, the collection includes a range of sizes of scarves and squares created using techniques such as lino cut, mark making and drawing by hand with digital collage and placement.

I see the silk scarf as one of fashion’s mainstays. Depending upon situation or climate it can metamorphosis into many forms and functions throughout its life, such as a neckerchief, wrap, bag, furoshiki, tablecloth or wall art. Seamlessly gliding between fashion, art and interiors for both man and woman.

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Furoshiki style wraps

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Design development

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Development work

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Sample scarves

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Sample scarves

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