Here are Printsource New York's Top Ten Print Ideas for Fall/Winter 2012/13 presented for their show last week.
Woven-looking dense designs in scenics, florals and ornamentals.
2> PAINTERLY STRIPES
An update to the hard-edged stripes of late, this hand drawn interpretation brings a softer look to the coontinuing trend.
Artwork by PF Vintage - USA and Lewis Orchard - UK
3> CROSS STITCH
Crafty-looking cross stitch inspired by Eastern and Northern Europe.
Artwork by Paper and Cloth - UK and Avi Iny - Israel
4> BIG BLOOMS
Larger than life florals make an impact in bold form.
Artwork by Bernini Studio - Italy and Dena Verdesca - USA
5> THE SILK ROAD
Asian ceramics and other artisan crafts influence this direction which mixes traditions from China to Turkey.
Artwork by Design Works International - USA and Josi Severson Print Studio - USA
6> PRE-WAR PRINTS
Tossed florals and conversational prints take on a decidedly late 30s/early 40s feel
Artwork Marcie Designs - USA and Archive Collection - USA
7> GO FOR BAROQUE
Ornamentation abounds in curls and swirls.
Artwork by European Textile Collection - USA and Creations Robert Vernet - France
8> INDONESIAN INSPIRATION
Indonesian textile techniques such as batik, wood block and hand painting influence this direction.
Artwork by K. Jenny Tyas - UK and Marcie Designs - USA
9> COLOR BLOCK
Bold and Bright, there is no stopping the visual impact of this trend.
Artwork by White Riot - Australia and Banafshe Schippel - UK
10> OPPOSITES ATTRACT
Opposing shapes and contrasting colors are paired to create optical vibrations.
Artwork by Treat and Company - USA and Ana Romero Design - Portugal
Printsource New York - next show is scheduled January 9-1, 2012 in New York.