June 23, 2010
Take a look at our first test with printing patterns on Fabric using the Spoonflower online service. We’re really happy with the results. Tell us what you think!
All patterns have been made with Repper Pro and are based on the illustration “Kaleidoscopic” by Daniel Rossi.
All based on this illustration
About Repper Pro
Repper Pro turns pattern-making into highly effective play. It offers smart features, packed into a clean interface for an incredibly low price.
About the artist
Daniel Rossi is an Eindhoven-based graphic designer and illustrator. He is originally from Canada. As he describes himself:
I don’t like to tag myself as anything in particular. Better said: I like boxes but not being put into one. This isn’t due to a lack of understanding about what it is I really do, but rather because above all I am lead by intuition. Being a graphic designer, come illustrator, artist who experiments in the tanglible world with furniture and interior spaces, I must rely on not one particular set of skills but many to carry out my work. Blurring the line between art and design is what helps me to achieve this. I believe that to fully explore a concept or idea one must build bridges and not barriers.
Spoonflower is able to print any design you make with Repper. They have a variety of fabrics, including regular and organic cotton, linen-cotton and even exotics like bamboo-cotton. Prices range from 18 to 32 USD per yard (for metric-minded people: that’s about a square meter), with discount if you are the designer of the pattern.