Under the Microscope – science and design collide with detailed images shown in overblown scale.
Ink Blot Camos – watercolor and ink spots create an organic update.
Eastern Color Block – influenced by Bauhaus and Mondrian with a hand painted feel.
Pop Art Conversationals – bold, outlined shapes take inspiration from Roy Lichtenstein’s technique.
Tribal Wash – ethnic prints that are hand-painted yet look as if rain has washed part of the design away
Abstract Elements – tie-dye textures that take inspiration from the earth such as minerals and other organic matter.
Bohemian Folk - geometrics, paisleys and floral designs influenced by Ballets Russes.
Baroque Opulence – rich, ornamental, embroidery inspired designs with an antique feel.
Geometrical prints - all about irregular shapes and designs.
Floral Prints: floral impacts are so stylish and trendy, they give you a fashionable and trendy look.
From the print source new york
Was inspired by these print ideas and I could picture my next sewing projects by just looking at them, so i decided to go out and look for fabrics with a few of these prints in mind. It took me a while to choose them, but i finally narrowed it down. Here is my haul
floral print inspired organza
floral print inspired brocade
bohemian folk /silk road inspired fabric
geometric print inspired fabric
keep visiting to see what i do with them......... thank you