Hello there, so happy to see you again! Today I’d like to share with you the latest issue of UPPERCASE magazine (#41), which includes the third edition of the UPPERCASE Surface Pattern Design Guide. I tell you, this guide is a must in any pattern designer’s arsenal!Read More
A few posts ago I shared with you a project where Nutella used an algorithm to create 7 million unique patterns for their packaging. Today I’m sharing with you a similar project from Eye Magazine…
Eye is a London-based graphic design publication, and as such its covers are always striking and wonderfully conceived. Issue 94 (Typography special) is no exception, but it comes with a particularly original twist: 8000 unique covers.
It’s no secret that most designers have a strong relationship with stationery. I certainly do. So, a few months ago when I discovered Present & Correct’s stationery compositions, I fell in love immediately with the idea and its execution.
As you will see here, they create beautiful layouts with real stationery items and they do a fab job every time. Some, in particular, caught my eye because of their pattern nature. So, pattern + colour + stationery, what’s not to love?
Ok, so first I should apologise… I’m supposed to deliver a post a week, but sometimes life gets in the way, and sometimes it’s my brain that gets in the way. This post should have gone out Tuesday last week and it didn’t make it simply because I’m too obsessive… There, I said it!
I had planned to do a nice short overview of my favourite fashion prints from the catwalks and other main Spring/Summer 2017 collections, seeing that Spring is here and we’re all ready for bright colours and florals. I went to vogue.co.uk with the intention of having a look at the big guys’ images, the famous names in the fashion world, and then…
Are you a little bit obsessed with textures and patterns? Are you always the one pointing out ‘that cool pattern there’ or ‘this pretty texture here’? I know I am, and if you’re here in the Pitter Pattern blog I’m guessing you are too.
I went on holiday to Colombia (my native country) last summer and while I was there I took many photos of gorgeous surfaces in the wild, and I thought I could share some of them with you… So in this blog post you’re getting 17 free textures that you can use to enrich your surface pattern designs!