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This orange print was loosely inspired by a flower. It takes on a more abstract role and the vivid orange contrasts the femininity of the flower. This print is on silk faille.

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This fabric was created to capture the romanticism of old art. It portrays a lovers' embrace and lays on a pale blue. This was also printed on silk faille material.

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This textiles, the one I am most proud of to date, was printed onto a sustainable material made of recycled plastic. The texture is similar to canvas and the print's intent is simply to be youthful- and fun- like pop art

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as outlined in my concept, this is the iconic image of my grandma marcie. it was printed in a repetitive grid pattern onto silk faille. this image is matted onto a soft blue background- a color that reoccurs throughout the collection.

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hands down my favorite print from this collection, this textile was created by printed a drawing i made of my grandma onto color blocked silk faille. the opposing colors-- dark peach and pink-- reoccur throughout the collection.

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this textile has strong wes anderson/ grand budapest hotel influences and the color palette coincides with the rest of the collection. this pattern was hand drawn and printed on silk faille.

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this textile takes the image from before and plays with color and scale. I blew up the image and placed it on vibrant orange-- also printed on silk faille.