Working on an illustrated print design? Your line work is everything. Especially if the design is intended for textiles. Because there are two main ways that clients print their textiles, and each method requires a specific type of line in order to produce a clean (aka. smudge-free) print.
Digital printing is the slightly more expensive option and of course it offers a much wider scope of designs and styles. If a design is going to be digitally printed you can use very fine pens down to 0.1mm and also your shading lines can be closer together so you can go very detailed with your drawing and your artwork will still translate to fabric.
“Anthropologie Home purchased this beautifully illustrated Australiana floral for bedlinen. Here we HAVE used baby pink but we’ve upped the blue so it’s a nice strong mid-tone and popped in a surprise with a burnt red and pop of yellow again. Yellow really is our go-to pop of colour. It adds a touch of fun and whimsy.”
Because we’ve put in countless hours of leg work (our designers have almost painted their fingers down to the bone) and we have completed the artwork you need. Think deliciously detailed dahlias, whimsical, abstract orchids and glorious wedding and party invitation suites featuring the very thing we specialise in here, flowers and illustration.