Upcoming Presentation: Sisters Gulassa
Sisters Lise and Cyrille are the creative duo behind SistersGulassa, an international design house that produces art, patterns, products, and trend forecasting. Their VividLiving™ lifestyle brand of prints and products is recognized for its vivid color, vibrant energy and bold pattern-mixing.
We are so excited to bring the sisters wealth of experience to the Textile Design Lab guest expert role.
On Friday, April 26th at 12pm EDT, they will be sharing details on their creative process and how their vibrant work gets created!
Sellable Sketch Group Study
Mark your calendars! Our popular Sellable Sketch Group-Study starts on May 13, 2019.
In this course you’ll bring clarity and focus to your collection development process and take the guesswork out of what to design each season by picking appropriate trends for your target market while staying true to your own artistic style.
You’ll also have free access to WGSN, the industry’s leading resource for trends and design direction.
Design Challenge: Kitchen Textiles
We are back to our regularly scheduled programming for this month’s Chelsea’s Challenge, no client requests or studio briefs! 😉 Michelle had the fun idea to focus on a specific product for this month’s challenge. Kitchen towels and linens are such a fun opportunity to explore various motifs, colors, and techniques, and allow lots of room for your own personality and artistic style!
In this robust post you’ll find helpful tips from our TDL team, links to tutorials and courses and two trends that we think are a perfect fit for this market!
Read more HERE to get started with this Chelsea’s Challenge.
Weekly Art Critiques. Please join the TDL community on THURSDAY at 1 PM EDT for a live art critique. Our art critiques are fun events where Lab members come together to review artwork and ask questions about pattern design, marketing and sales. A registration link will be emailed the morning of the critique and will also be posted in our Weekly Art Critique forum. Textile Design Lab members can watch past critiques here.