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Lauren Rolwing

The plus-size industry is broken, and takes a closer look at why. Check out this exposé on the plus-size problem.

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Simple, geometric, vintage colors. By Dan Stiles.

portland, oregon based artist and designer dan stiles has put new work on his website in the form of posters and prints, and has new work pattern design in his portfolio at art rep nyc.

Lauren Rolwing (fashionary)

Lauren Rolwing fashion illustration Lauren Rolwing is an illustrator and her influences range from artists Paul Rand, Bruno Munari, Ikko Tanaka, & Kvĕta Pacovská.

The Problem With Plus Size #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/plus-size-problems#slide-2  How much more money? Hanson mentions that for a mass retailer like Gap or Zara, it can be as little as 5% more, but that's still a huge amount of resources to risk when the numbers don't seem to support it. For independent designers like herself (who might not have the know-how or experience to understand plus-size fits), a misstep in planning can ruin careers. Even for upscale contemporar...

Plus-Size Problem - Why Clothes Are Not Made Bigger

Hot Air Balloon // Edward McGowan via Grain Edit

Parko Polo is the alter ego of Edinburgh based illustrator Edward McGowan. As Parko Polo, Edward pairs bright cheerful colors with bold geometric lines to create images of wonder and exploration.

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