Please check out, share, and donate to our Hatchfund campaign for our first line of hand painted and digitally printed apparel.
We’ve just launched our @Hatchfund project! You can snag a pair of our digitally printed tights at: http://www.hatchfund.org/project/persephone_the_patternbases_silk_scarves_and_stockings_collection
Please donate to our Hatchfund campaign!
In collaboration with Bucketfeet and celebration for Patternbase’s own Audrey Keiffer’s new shoe, Rajas, we are offering a 20% discount on any and all shoes in the Bucketfeet store. Use KEIFFER20 at checkout!
We are in love with these black and white and neutral prints at Bucketfeet right now. And to celebrate the new Fall season, and Audrey’s new shoe design called Rajas, Bucketfeet is offering a 20% off discount until the end of September.
Put in KEIFFER20 at the end of checkout for the 20% off! Check out these shoes at www.bucketfeet.com.
We are excited to announce the launch of our first pair of Bucketfeet shoes, designed by Audrey Victoria Keiffer, called Rajas. Rajas were inspired by vibrant colors and textures, but the biggest inspiration was Kristi’s black cat, Raja.
Buy your pair at bit.ly/AudreyRajas with the special discount code w0MR4kY4 for 20% off!
Bucketfeet is a Chicago based shoe company with a new pair of shoes designed by a different artists every season. Their submission process is open at their artist submission page, so submit your designs as well! They’re on the lookout for impressive textile and pattern artists (and Tilda Swinton was caught wearing a pair recently!).
Stay tuned for a series of Bucketfeet artist interviews on The Patternbase.
The Patternbase is a leading textile design studio located in Chicago, Illinois. It was founded in 2011 by designers, Kristi O’Meara and Audrey Victoria Keiffer, who specialize in hand-illustrated, painted, and digitally rendered pattern design for the apparel, beauty, paper goods, and interiors industries.
The Patternbase serves as a resource and place of inspiration for designers and pattern lovers around the globe. We strive to provide our community with a plethora of valuable resources to help inspire and educate them throughout their creative endeavors. These range from inspirational interviews and discussions with artists whose work revolves around the use of pattern to exhibitions and publications focused on presenting the work of emerging artists to a wider audience. Our goal is to bring creative minds together into a community where they can interact and learn from one another through a series of projects and discussions, and to offer opportunities in which friendships and relationships can be built through creative collaboration. The Patternbase currently reaches over 70,000 readers, designers, artists, and relevant members of the international textile and surface design community, and continues to grow daily.
Elly Maddock is a 20 year old Surface Design student and screenprinter from London. We fell in love with her highly graphic designs, filled with bold black lines and bright, contrasting colors. Her style is uniquely illustrated and reminiscent of The Memphis Group, pop art, and cartoon…