Contemporary Textile Design.


 

 

Contemporary Textile Design

 

Clothing is one of the numerous ways people express their personality and culture. Ideally, every region has its own signature look and Africa is no exception. In fact, African prints are some of the most popular designs globally. In some way, every pattern tends to have a particular story behind it.  

 

Recently, the world has seen novel, peculiar, and captivating modern textile designs. Contemporary textiles are unique patterns that are made with the utmost creativity, drawing their inspiration from different facets such as culture, environment, technology, and philanthropy among others. Weshalo World is a notable online store that has apparel made with eccentric contemporary designs. It provides a selection of original, luxurious, and high-quality clothing that is sure to blow your mind. Here are some of the most popular patterns available in the store.

 

HouseBox Pattern

To kick off the list is the sensational Housebox design. The concept of this design is a simple house structure that has a box in it. When incorporated in different outfits such as hoodies, the end result is a unique, modern  

 

The Gourd Textile Pattern

This next pattern got its inspiration from a very unlikely source; the gourd plant. With additional symmetrical shapes of red squares and two black rings, the prints bring a fresh perspective of contemporary patterns. 

 

The 3 Sweet Curves 

This pattern features an embellishment of design that was inspired by a desire to achieve beauty in movement. The name 3 sweet curves came as a result of how lines move in a curvy way and how they all join together at the end. The patterns have three distinctive colors that make every piece of apparel remarkable. 

 

These were just some of the many beautiful patterns you’re sure to find on Weshalo World. It’s no secret that African prints have dominated the fashion industry. Perhaps it’s now time to rethink and embrace the innovative contemporary textile designs that are equally attractive.

 

 


3 comentários


  • Akhe Ikhenaton

    Hi! Susan, first of congratulations!!! it is encouraging to note that you have pursued, the idea of being environmentally conscious with the field of textile design you are in,Plus hats off to you for taking care of students and building lives that are a change to this world. You start with the area you love which is screenprinting you can create a design studio from home and it will grow to something big . We have added you to our email list , for the sales and marketing you can reach us through sales@weshalo.com .Have a blessed day hoping to hear from you if you have questions feel free to let us know.


  • Susan Walton

    Hello fellow artisans! As a long term educator of the arts I now find myself in retirement and wish to pursue the avenues in which you are doing now. Eco-textile arts is my direction. As a passionate screen printer, I want to utilize those skills with design elements and make prototypes. Currently I am relocating my home in studio. I anticipate production, by the end of 2020. I would like to be in contact with your company. Please add me to your mailing list and send me your point person in sales and marketing.


  • Susan Walton

    Hello fellow artisans! As a long term educator of the arts I now find myself in retirement and wish to pursue the avenues in which you are doing now. Eco-textile arts is my direction. As a passionate screen printer, I want to utilize those skills with design elements and make prototypes. Currently I am relocating my home in studio. I anticipate production, by the end of 2020. I would like to be in contact with your company. Please add me to your mailing list and send me your point person in sales and marketing.


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