So the title of this post may be a bit of a give away! but as you probably have read in some my previous posts, I entered a design competition organised by CAMAC Design as part of one of my projects at Uni. Camacs' Flagship event is the Annual Student Wallpaper Design Competition, now in its 5th Year. Originally aimed at 2nd year Surface Design undergraduates, it now attracts entrants from students studying textiles, fine art and ceramics from colleges across the UK and Europe. Shortlisted students have the chance to exhibit their work at the Imago Gallery as well as get invaluable opportunities within the industry.
It's all been good news so far! I have made it to the second round of the competition, and eagerly wait for hear back, and share with you more good news!
Here are my final designs, inspired by Zandra Rhodes and the idea of creating a new version of the French Toile de Jouy. I Combined both my British Museum drawings along with my fine line drawings, and tried them out in different combinations. The colour palette speaks for itself, Im a sucker for pastels!