Well-designed prints and patterns have the power of taking your brand to the next level and communicating your message. Together we will create designs that will enhance your brand. These custom made designs will be fully tailored to your wishes. You can even request a complete collection, designed using your prefered colours, motifs and sizes. Here’s what you can expect from our bespoke designs:
Handdrawn: handdrawn elements with use of digital or traditional media or a combination of both.
Editable: our digital design files are fully editable in design software.
Versatile: multiple colourways of a single design; more value for money and even more versatility within one design.
Repeat: our patterns are always put in seamless repeat, so you can easily print the designs on metres or yards of fabric, wallpaper, giftwrap, etc.
Right format: we design for both screen-printing and digital printing; this way you will never end up with the wrong file type.
We also offer the possibility to directly license a selection of ready-made prints through Patternbank. Or print Kukka patterns directly on fabric, giftwrap and wallpaper with Motiflow.
Need direction or a new perspective within your project? We can propose a clear visualised concept for your collection or brand concept. We start with a research and concept phase, which we visualise with mood boards with inspirational examples, colours, materials and motifs. Then we create a clear briefing for your design department or manufacturer to help you develop a successful collection.
The future of textiles and the relationship between design, science and sustainability fascinates us. We research innovative materials for a beautiful, sustainable future, trying to bridge the gap between design and science. Laura is also a fellow of BlueCity Lab; an experimental workspace for a regenerative economy where science and design meet. Moreover our studio is located above Broeinest Rotterdam, the material library and meeting place for (interior) architects and designers. We like to brainstorm with you about the possibilities for an interdisciplinary collaboration.