Hidden Garden

Sometimes a simple ink pen doodle can turn into a new favourite collection…

The newest addition to my pattern catalogue is called Hidden Garden. It’s a 7-piece collection with a vintage touch, full of lush florals and delicate blenders.

These patterns were a pure joy to work on, and I would love to see them on fabric one day.

The full Hidden Garden collection (and many more patterns) can be found in my pattern catalogue. If you are an buyer or art director and would like to access it, send me a quick message and I’ll get back to you with the password.

Patternbank

Did you know that some of my patterns are available to purchase through Patternbank?

Above: ‘Floral Feast’ a lush meadow pattern in a soft color palette, one of my favourites !

You can either chose a standard license (JPEG only) or a extended license where you also get access to the original AI file. All patterns in my shop are in vector format, meaning it’s super easy to make colour and scale adjustments in Adobe Illustrator.

I’m planning to add some Premium, exclusive licenses as well, patterns that can only be sold once and are instantly removed from the site when purchased, so keep an eye out for that!

CaseApp Collaboration

I’m happy to announce my new collaboration with CaseApp. 3 of my floral designs can now be found on phone cases and laptop skins at caseapp.com.

I think my favourite is Meadow. It was one of the first patterns I ever put together, so it feels a little extra special seeing it come to life on real products. Head over to Casepp.com to take closer look at their cases and skins (and if you’re interested in how I look there’s a teeny tiny picture of me too!)

Wallpapers for Happywall

I’ve teamed up with swedish company Happywall to have some of my designs sold on wallpaper and wall murals. These non woven wall papers are printed to order and the great thing about that is you can order your own custom size. Two designs in two colorways are currently available on happywall.com.

I’m especially fond of this Birdhouses pattern. It was inspired by the old dutch children’s television series Fabeltjeskrant (or Fablernas Värld in swedish), and I would love to see it in a kidsroom one day!