Printed Textile Design
|Author: Lawrence Zeegen, Caroline Roberts|
|Publisher: Laurence King|
|Size: 9⅞ x 7¾ ins|
|Publication date: September 2014|
This books explains the fundamentals of printed textile design, from design brief through to the completed collection, and introduces the basics of colour, drawing, composition and repeat with a series of step-by-step exercises and examples. Printed Textile Design helps to demystify the design process and provides an invaluable guide to the study and practice of textile design. The book includes case studies of designers working in both the fashion and interiors sectors. It covers hand and traditional print techniques and the latest digital print technologies, with specially commissioned photographs of the processes. All aspects of textile design are covered, from sustainability to manufacturing and marketing the finished product. About the Author Amanda Briggs-Goode is the Course Leader for BA Textile Design at Nottingham Trent University, UK. As a printed textile designer herself she has worked in the commercial sector. Her academic work has included practice-based research into digital textile design, which has been exhibited internationally.