Slow Design Challenge: Hero Patterns

This summer in the Textile Design Lab we spent thirty days practicing slow design, instead of a challenge demanding you make tons of patterns and art, we went the opposite route and challenged members to spend 30 days working on one single hero pattern, from moodboard to repeat! Find out more of the details here. Below are some patterns our members created… (for the photo in the banner image, we would like to give credit to Taelynn Christopher, sourced from Unsplash)

Do reach out to the artists through their links below the images for collaboration and licensing deals or just to enjoy more of their fantastic art =)

“Bright Night” By Lisa Baiter
“Lobster Delight” by Lena Blonsky
“Aquatic Jungle” Jarmila Seflova
Astrid Gabsa
 
Far From Pretty
“Solar Blur” Feeling Good Studio
Carol Ann Cain
“Abstract Fusion” The Pattern Edit

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