Posted on Posted in abstract, adobe, adobe illustrator, art, bedding, circles, curtains, cushions, freelance designer, geometric shapes, graphic design, home accessories, home textiles, interior design, minimalist, modern art, pattern design, print design, print designer, simple design, textile designTagged #graphicdesign, abstract design, adobe, adobe illustrator, bold colours, bold print, circles, design by cgc, freelance designer, graphic designer, home accessories, home textiles, minimalist, minimalist design, never over design, pattern, patterns for home, patterns for textile, photoshop, print, print design, print designer, printing, repeat pattern, simple, simple design, simple graphics, simplicity, textile design, textile designer, textile printing
circle overlap (i)
circles overlap (ii)
circles overlap (iii)
circles overlap (iv)
multi circle (i)
multi circle (ii)
multi circle (iii)
multi circle (iv)
multi circle (v)
tri circle (i)
tri circle (ii)
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tri circle (iv)
rearranging circles, round and round
NEVER OVER DESIGN
Posted on Posted in branding, carpentry, design by cgc, pattern repeat, simple graphics, t shirt design, tool pattern, van wrapTagged #graphicdesign, branding, carpentry, designbycgc, line drawings, pattern, repeat pattern, simple design, t shirt design, tools
Taking the ‘Thomas Perrott Carpentry’ branding further by developing a simple tool pattern for work t-shirt designs.
Potential idea for a van wrap…?
Would look modern and eye-catching with this plastered all over! Will space icons further apart on a larger scale to ensure it doesn’t look too busy and detract from the individual designs.
Posted on Posted in adobe, design, design by cgc, graphic, pasta, pattern, repeat, simpleTagged #conchelle, #farfelle, #fusilli, #graphicdesign, #pasta, #rigatoni, adobe, blog, cgc, designbycgc, illustrator, pattern, photoshop, repeat pattern, repetition, simple design
Reworking the pasta pieces drawn in Illustrator; from structured design piece to simple pattern repeat in Photoshop
…great wallpaper for a restaurant/kitchen?
Let me know your thoughts!
Posted on Posted in branding, design, design by cgc, logo, patternTagged adobe, branding, cgc, designbycgc, logo, pattern, photoshop, primary colours, repetition
Experimenting with pattern repeats and basic graphics. Using my logo as an unimaginative starting point.
More to come.
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