June 29, 2013,
Overall, the art reflected an effervescent and refreshing perspective, enlivened with plenty of color for pop. Globally inspired designs contributed an exotic feel via multicolored, saturated paisley motifs, Moroccan tile inspired prints and abstracted ikats and batiks.
Romantic florals and digital lace prints made an expressive, feminine statement. Expect florals to gain momentum, with varieties ranging from sweet ditsy prints to oversize, painterly versions. While all florals are strengthening, the rose is currently in season and best prized in delicate, modern renderings.
Geometric prints remain important (think chevron) and look great in high-contrast color pairings like black and white, and navy and orange.
|New designs from the
Cleveland College of
Art & Design include
an intricate laser-cut
medallion revealing an
under layer of pattern and
a colorful abstract handscreenprinted
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