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Skin prints & patterns

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Go wild with animal skin prints! A timeless presence throughout the year, cheetah spots and zebra stripes are best-sellers, but just a couple of the vast assortment of animal motifs that can be used in an exotic print. Throughout history, royalty and aristocrats have used animal skins as decoration and it has since then been a symbol of wealth, status, and extravagance. In the 60’s, it made a comeback during the Bohemian movement in the U.S.A where leopard print was considered essential in the wardrobe. Since we’re in the 21st century, we can make our own renditions of the ubiquitous pattern. Extroverted interpretations of animal in funky synthetic colours invoke a fun, party mood, while subtle renditions in tasteful neutrals or monochromatic colour schemes are a classic go-to for sophisticated tastes, and you can pair your print with solid colours for a modern application.

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custom Designs

Custom print textiles are created based on each clients’ individual and specific requirements, and we work very closely with the customer during the creative process to establish unique textile designs. All of our designers illustrate by hand with various mediums like inks and paints, which are then digitized on the computer. We also handle the digitalization for brands that buy archives.

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