Prints & Patterns

work of Poppy Gall Design Studio

There’s still time this ski season to perk up your sock wardrobe with these cheerful ski socks created by Poppy Gall Design Studio for Vermont-made Darn Tough Socks. Made of 67% merino wool for warmth and comfort, 33% nylon for strength and 3% Lycra for stretch and recovery these socks will keep your feet warm and comfy. Plus, they are guaranteed for life. That means if you wear them out, Darn Tough will replace them, no questions asked!

 

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Shades of browns and greys dominate the landscape around my part of the world this time of year. In the spirit of embracing these tones (as I have no upcoming plans to escape from them) I’ve  composed some color palettes and then worked the colors back into my print designs. This is actually one way I color up prints for clients. I like mixing warm and cool shades together. As you can see the bleak hues of November can be quite sophisticated!

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One of the services my design studio provides is print design for textiles and other surface applications. I have the pleasure to work with some very talented and inspiring graphic designers. I’ve added a category on my blog called “Prints & Patterns” to showcase my print work and the work of the designers in my group. Today floral designs are the focus. For more information about my studio please visit my website or email me. I’ll be posting more selections of prints as the weeks go on so check back frequently. Please look or be inspired, but don’t use these prints without my permission as they are all copyrighted. Thanks!
Nasturtium
Jungle
Ikat
Seaweed
Kyoto
Mums

One of the services my design studio provides is print design for textiles and other surface applications. I have the pleasure to work with some very talented and inspiring graphic designers. I’ve added a category on my blog called “Prints & Patterns” to showcase my print work and the work of the designers in my group. Today floral designs are the focus. For more information about my studio please visit my website or email me. I’ll be posting more selections of prints as the weeks go on so check back frequently. Please look and be inspired, but don’t use these prints without my permission as they are all copyrighted. Thanks!

MultiNast

Nasturtium

Vines

Jungle

Isis_IKAT_6

Ikat

Seaweed

Seaweed

PeonyBW_mock2

Kyoto

Mums

Mums

Grass&Flowers

Grassland

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I’ve got polka dots on my mind this week – maybe because I posted those fun photos of the polka dotted bicycle frame and cycling jersey on my blog Monday, or because a friend showed me her favorite silver polka dot earrings at a party the other night?  Or perhaps because I’m seeing polka dots in the stores on everything from rubber boots to stockings, bed linens to coat linings, teapots to dog collars? I love the way they are always fresh and happy, and depending on how the design is colored they can be anything from super playful to sophisticated.
One of the services my design studio provides are textile prints for clients. Here are some of my original print variations on the polka dot theme to chase away the winter blahs. Looking at the final art, I wonder if I’ve been looking at the dish drain too much lately? Time to get out and ski! What would you like to see these print designs used for?

I’ve got polka dots on my mind this week – maybe because I posted those fun photos of the polka dotted bicycle frame and cycling jersey on my blog Monday, or because a friend showed me her favorite silver polka dot earrings at a party the other night?  Or perhaps because I’m seeing polka dots in the stores on everything from rubber boots to stockings, bed linens to coat linings, teapots to dog collars? I love the way they are always fresh and happy, and depending on how the design is colored they can be anything from super playful to sophisticated.

One of the services my design studio provides are textile prints for clients. Here are some of my original print variations on the polka dot theme to chase away the winter blahs. Looking at the final art, I wonder if I’ve been looking at the dish drain too much lately? Time to get out and ski! What would you like to see these print designs used for?


dots copyright Poppy Gall

dots2 copyright Poppy Gall

dots w/ ice copyright Poppy Gall

dots4 copyright Poppy Gall

Dots4 copyright Poppy Gall

Dots5 copyright Poppy Gall

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