Showcase of Beautiful Textile Designs

Textile design is the process of creating designs for knitted, woven or printed fabrics. Successful textile designers marry a creative vision of what a finished textile will look like with a deep understanding of the technical aspects of production and the properties of fiber, yarn, and dyes. Designs for both woven and printed textiles often begin with a drawing or watercolor sketch of the finished design. Traditionally, drawings of woven textile patterns were translated onto special forms of graph paper called point papers which were used by the weavers in setting up their looms. Today, most professional textile designers use some form of computer-aided design software created expressly for this purpose.


Dovdea

Attila Szamosi Illustrations 2009

The Antidote

Psychedelic Apples of Death

Family Force 5 Apparel

Patterns

We Are All Made Of Stars

Your Time Machine Stranded Me…

The Black Panther Party

SWISS DARK SIDE

t-shirt prints. part1

Lars Wunderlich Illustrations 2009

APPEREL

Vox Populi T-shirt

Apparel – 2

PRINTED TEE / UNPRINTED TEE #1

L’Enfant Terrible

The Taboo Temper Tantrum

Let the boobax play .

Tshirt Graphics

One Eyed Purple People Eater (laFraise Edition)

“Fruits and Nut”

Copy N Paste Crew

Duke of Hoxton

Calcium Clothing Lineup (client)

HANA-universe

Tahitibot

Country Club Nouveau

SOCCER PROJECT

GRIMEY wear

Adios Invierno

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