UPPERCASE surface pattern design guide

I’m featured along with 99 other up-and-coming, and established, designers in the third edition of the UPPERCASE Surface Pattern Design Guide. The guide is a part of issue 41. If you haven’t discovered UPPERCASE yet I can warmly recommend giving it a test-read, it’s a goldmine of inspiration.

The two patterns to the left were chosen for publication along with a third one from another collection. I encountered the curious and daring little mallard seen in the first pattern during one of my walks and just knew I had to draw him. He lived (or lives? I’m not sure, I’ve never met him again since) right next to a rose garden and a path called lovers trail, and his pattern is one of my all time favourites. I would be more than happy to license it to someone who’d take good care of it!

All of my patterns that are currently available for licensing can be found in my private catalogue. If you’re interested in collaborating, don’t hesitate to get in touch for a password. Contact info can be found on my website.

P&P feature

Well this just made my day! I’ve been following the Print&Pattern blog for many years now, it’s a must read for anyone interested in surface design and one of the few blogs I’ve always truly enjoyed reading. Needless to say that I was thrilled to find out that I got a mention on there today. If you want to you can check out the post right here.