Lital Gold is a textile designer and artist whom we’ve had the pleasure of featuring twice before on the blog (here and here.) We are big fans of her work and are delighted to share with you her new collection of prints for phone cases. Lital launched her Etsy shop this spring and her beautifully patterned phone cases are available for sale there.
Lital is originally from Israel but has been living in Philadelphia for the past three years working as a “part of the print-and-color team for Free People, and also as a freelance illustrator and surface designer. She majored in print making at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Ramat-Gan, and “trained in silk-screen printing (fabric/paper), pattern making, traditional textile painting, illustration, surface and graphic design.”
Lital writes, “my prints and patterns are inspired by fashion, street art and elements of nature that come to fruition in line and color. Strong forms, color contrasts and a diverse imagery are the basis for the aesthetic of my work.”
See more from Lital at www.litalgold.com or follow her on Instagram for sneak peaks of her design process and some amazing pattern inspiration. Enjoy! -Chelsea
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