Paris Fashion Week S/S 14 – Print & Pattern

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the the key print and pattern trends from Paris Fashion Week. Here is a collection of prints ranging from expressive mark making to cute, kitsch florals in classic pink and white. Bold, kitsch florals updated with a neon palette / English floral garden / Oversized classic blooms Expressive mark making / Abstract art / Monochrome brush ...
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Milan Fashion Week S/S 14 – Print & Pattern

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the the key print and pattern trends from Milan Fashion Week. Here is a collection of prints ranging from ornate, nautical illustrations to abstract, glitch florals. Ornate illustrations collide with animal print / Decorative, nautical combinations / Baroque frames ancient artifacts Florals overlay animal print / Digital flowers lay on glitch art / Roses combine ...
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London Fashion Week S/S 14 – Print & Pattern

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the the key print and pattern trends from London Fashion Week. Here is a collection of prints ranging from hand-painted florals to oversized, digital shoes. Surreal floral patterns / Vibrant, textured screen prints / Hand-painted aesthetic Illustrated, geometric constructions / Sharp, linear abstractions /  Bold vector graphics Multiple patchwork florals / Obscure combinations / Florals take ...
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Collective Futures NYC – October 4th

Collective Futures NYC is a one-day pop-up exhibition, opening on October 4th, set to explore how local visual artists and creatives express their day to day interaction with the city. Taking place at G TECTS on 178 Delancey Street, the event will feature selected artworks by Akiha Yamakami, Elliott Burford, Kike Besada and Paul Windle, as well as limited edition handkerchiefs, prints and other products featuring the artists’ designs.   Akiha ...
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Editor’s Choice: Collaged Clothing

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight focuses on creative fabric collages using digital media. Using appropriated black and white photography, artists clip in patterned fabrics, flowers and abstract textures into existing clothing. This transformative method of working creates a contemporary aesthetic.
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Supreme and Jean-Michel Basquiat Artwork

Supreme, along with the Basquiat Estate, presents a striking collection for Fall 13, taking inspiration from the late artist Jean-Michel Basquiat. Combining the artist's signature acrylic and crayon abstract paintings from the early `80s, along with his trade mark handwriting, Supreme have produced a collection of hoodies, T-shirts and button-up shirts that voice powerful messages and social commentary. The collection also features ...
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Editor’s Choice: New York Fashion Week Print & Pattern

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight focuses on the key print and pattern trends from New York Fashion Week. Digitally distorted florals / Abstract shapes with clipped in textures and flowers Swirling, marbling prints using wood grains / Liquified paint smudges Bold cut-out edits / Ripped, layered ...
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Florence Bamberger Illustrations

The bright saturated pops and humorous narrative of Florence Bamberger's illustrations grabbed our attention with her quirky character styles and intriguing scenes. Florence Bamberger graduated from Central Saint Martins in London in 2009 and now lives and works in Paris as a freelance illustrator. She has worked for clients such as Parfums Givenchy, PMU, Ballantine's whisky and Bic and last year she received the Grand Prix Stratégies du Design ...
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Editor’s Choice: Warped Type

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight looks at the emerging print trend of distorted scanned typography. This simplistic technique transforms these graphic posters.
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Sir Peter Blakes’s POP

Credited to being the founder of British Pop, Peter Blake's art emerged in the late `50s with the aim to make art accessible. "I wanted to make art the visual equivalent of pop music." The recently knighted Blake is one of the worlds best known British artists, working in a wide range of mediums from collage, sculpture, printmaking through to commercial art, including the ...
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Trash Art – Disposable Realities

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the works of Spanish artists Francisco de Pajaro and Luis Vassallo. Francisco de Pajaro creates disposable, transformative artworks using discarded rubbish and hand-crafted materials. Whereas Vassallo takes photos of classic street paraphernalia and accessorises them with thick, painted shapes. Both artists alter everyday objects and transform them into obscure realities. To view more work ...
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Capsule – Artist’s Exhibition

Stylesight was in Las Vegas this week to catch the latest trends from Capsule: A fashion and lifestyle trade event showcasing a collection of street wear labels, independent designers and high-end, contemporary brands. Here is a selection of artwork we admired at Capsule's mini exhibition, showcasing some of the best emerging talent from the world of graphic design. Brooklyn-based artist, Hisham Bharoocha tries to show ...
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Bryan Olson – Scientific Surrealism

Stylesight’s Graphics Team takes a look at the works of American artist Bryan Olson. Olson is a collage artist and musician based in North Carolina. His signature cut and paste style is inspired by retro imagery and sci-fi day dreams. To view more work visit www.bryanolsoncollage.com To view more work visit www.bryanolsoncollage.com
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Editor’s Choice: Fruity Prints

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight looks at the emerging print trend of illustrated fruit patterns and placements. Brightly illustrated fruits create a bold, simplistic impact.
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Caroline Larsen – Tapestries Or Paintings?

Caroline Larsen applies paint in a style that resembles tapestry stitches, cleverly deceiving the viewer into believing they are intricate tapestries, when in fact they are oil paintings. These artworks look as if paint has been woven onto canvas, as thick brush strokes are layered and applied in rich colors to depict realistic scenes of burning cars and cargo ships. Caroline is ...
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