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Learn more about this exciting major: http://bit.ly/1fOXPYB Explore the interplay between shapes and cultures as a Textile Designer. If you love to draw or paint and enjoy detailed work, a kaleidoscope of opportunities awaits you within this highly specialized field. Design fabric for everything from couture clothing to designer furniture and wallpaper. Request More Information About FIDM: http://bit.ly/ReqInfoFIDM How To Apply Online: http://bit.ly/ApplyFIDMYT Get Social With Us! "Like" Us On Facebook: http://on.fb.me/12IjTNE Follow Us On Twitter: http://bit.ly/13o1zwq Follow Us On Google Plus: http://bit.ly/19vYWvl Follow Us On Instagram: http://bit.ly/128kE30 Subscribe To Our Youtube Channel: http://bit.ly/128jVyQ
From a tailor's shop to a fancy showroom, in interior décor or product design, textiles are everywhere and all businesses need them. If you've got a knack for design, a love for fabrics and want to pursue a creative career in one of the oldest and fastest growing industries in India, then join us on today's episode of Heads Up. We find out what textile designing is all about and what it's like to work professionally in this field. Also on the show, 'textilepreneurs' share tips and tricks on how to build your own brand. Watch full video: http://www.ndtv.com/video/mindspace/heads-up/starting-out-as-a-textile-designer-here-s-what-to-expect-446455?yt Download the NDTV news app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.july.ndtv&referrer=utm_source%3Dyoutubecards%26utm_medium%3Dcpc%26...
Here is a story of my textile design and repeat pattern business and what I learned in the process... https//:www.oksancia.com Hi! My name is Oksana. I am an artist, textile designer and a creative soul. Up to this point I created more than 5000 vector repeat patterns and worked on more than 50 freelance surface pattern design projects. I created my first pattern ever in 2010 and it has changed my life forever. Before this happened, I was creating vector illustrations approximately once per week for my microstock online galleries, where they could be licensed. One day in 2010 I told my husband Alex that I really liked repeat pattern designs and wanted to make them in vector, but the technical process of creating them was very time consuming and long. So Alex told me “Let’s figure it out...
Our AW12 fabric collection is now in store, each print telling a different story. This season the collection celebrates the innovation of the textile process through an exploration of the broad spectrum of textile techniques. The prints are inspired by historical and current textile design including block printing, weave, embroidery and needlepoint, as well as the latest digital printing techniques. Go behind the scenes and meet the designers who created the prints in our in house studio - you'll discover the secrets of what inspired their favourite print and how their original art work has transformed into designs now available to buy in store. Shop AW12 fabrics in store now, or online here: http://bit.ly/OWUAkd
How To Get Started As Textile Designer. Advice For Self-Taught Artists. My Experience. Hi! My name is Oksana. I am an artist, textile designer and a creative soul. I help customers envision and design beautiful products that will wow and connect their customers. I am also passionate about sharing my experience of running a textile design business with fellow creatives. Up to this point I created more than 5000 vector repeat patterns and worked on more than 58 freelance surface pattern design projects. In this video I talk about my experience getting started on a path of a self-taught textile designer. I’ve been receiving many questions on how to get started and wanted to share my experience and what helped me to start and to grow my creative business. I am talking about how to start a ...
This video is about TOOSHA - Eco Textile Design inspiration and design process. TOOSHA - Beautiful unique fashion accessories and tops. Scarves, Shawls, Jackets, Sweaters and Cardigans - Handmade of Natural Materials- Organic Cotton, Bamboo yarn, Soy yarn, Linen...
This young London-based textile designer shifts seamlessly between fashion and design. www.emmajshipley.com Subscribe to our channel! and see more at http://www.crane.tv/ Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/CraneTV
Veteran textile designer, Peter Fasano, who has been producing hand silk-screened fabrics and wallcoverings in his Great Barrington, MA studio for over thirty years, recently welcomed four young rising NYC design stars for a collaboration. Young Huh, Patrick Mele, Sara Gilbane Sullivan and Garrow Kedigian brought their inspiration and ideas for custom fabric designs to Peter's studio and the creative collaboration began. Join us behind the scenes for an insider view of the process. For more visit: quintessenceblog.com/studio-peter-fasano-unveiling-latest-designer-collaborations/
Since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2007, Laura Slater has gone from strength to strength as a creative force in textile design and printing. Printmaking is integral to what Laura does; not only is her work hand screen printed on to linen in her studio in Wakefield, West Yorkshire, but the featured patterns are often made from the marks and patterns made through printmaking processes, such as collography. Laura's home furnishing items can be found in boutiques across the UK, including Heals, as well as select outlets in Europe and the United States. She will also be a featured stall holder at The Hepworth Wakefield Print Fair, 21-22 March 2015. lauraslater.co.uk/ hepworthwakefield.org/printfair/
Based on a long term strategic partnership with UBM Live, Global Color Research™ plus international digital wall covering manufacturer Tektura, our Trends project engages final year Textile Design students, and associated academics with considerable industry and research experience, to create 2 striking room sets showcasing news designs in response to Global Color S/S 2016 trends. 17-19 May 2015. http://www.bcu.ac.uk/fashion-textiles-and-3d-design
British Fabric designer Charlotte Gaisford shows a snap shot of how she designs her fabric collections. Starting with her rural home in Northumberland to research at the V&A in London to the finished digitally printed fabric
Visit http://icould.com/videos/nicola-b/ for more careers info. Nicola B is textile designer at Boden. She says "to actually go shopping, as a girl, for your job, part of your job is brilliant". She says "we research like the trends, the colour pallets, start looking at what sort of shapes are coming through, new designs, and we shop sort of around the world for inspiration for vintage prints" and then comes back to the studio to design.Highlights at http://icould.com/videos/nicola-b/?length=short
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Meet Lucile, a textile designer who worked at the Design Centre, Hanoi, in Part 3 of the Connect To Ethnic Textiles story strand. She engaged with Hmong textile artisans by exploring ways in which their designs can be made more contemporary to suit the tastes of international markets. Achieving this convergence of ancient traditions and contemporary commercial attractiveness is a job requiring much cultural sensitivity, design skill and flexibility. Only by working closely with the local artisans did Lucile gain their respect and cooperation so enabling both sides to create designs that have a future in new high end markets to ensure income for the artisans in years to come.
For more inspiring creative interviews, visit: http://www.designmontage.com.au/watch Creative Fuel goes behind the scenes with creatives. Into their homes and studios to find out where and how they create. In part 1, Brisbane textile and lingerie designer Marni Franks discusses her journey and tips for running a creative business. Subscribe to CreativeFuelTV as part 2 is coming soon! Thanks to Marni at Thousand Dancers http://thousanddancers.com.au/ Presented by Design Montage http://www.designmontage.com.au/ Videographer: Sophia Dique. Producer: Jenica Smith. Assistant: Hanna Mathilde.
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