This design is a creative exploration of patterns transforming from one form into another in a process of evolution.
Our new t-shirt is inspired by the transformation of waste materials into quality fabric. The idea came from a new development in the process behind the materials we use.
In the life cycle of a garment there is a lot of consumption of raw materials and wasted bi-products. We wanted to look closer at the life cycle of the garments we sell and reduce their impact on the environment.
We decided to use a t-shirt that has been made from recycled...
The Making Process No. 4 - Pattern T-Shirt
1: Design Pattern
2: Mix ink colours
3: Screen print fabric
4: Cut out fabric
5: Sew pieces together
6: Finish with a label
Embroidery and Fabric Design
We have used the concept of squaring the circle as inspiration for a new pattern. In order to express Pi in a visual way we created coded units that represent numbers 0-9 and used the number pi to generate the sequence.
There is an ancient greek mathematical problem created as an exercise for aspiring mathematicians to try and solve. It involves using a compass and a straight edge to create a square with an equal area as a given circle.
Design for Gosnells Mead limited edition bottles
A hexagonal pattern made from geometric bees designed for the bottle label to be used on special limited edition brews.
An exclusive crosses pattern colour way for lifestyle store SMUG in Islington
SMUG approached us to create a unique colour palette version of our Crosses Pattern for them. and some limited edition cases and coin purses using this new fabric.
We made a range of pencil cases using the fabric to be sold exclusively at their shop in Camden Passage in Islington.