20 October 2016
I came across these lovely contemporary baby products by Aden + Anais when I saw that they were being used to swaddle Stenton David Jones - David Bowie's grandson. A little bit of research later and I was able to enjoy all their other fab designs on muslin baby blankets, swaddles, bibs, onesies etc. Luckily for a Bowie baby prints include lightning bolts and black stars, as well as new arrivals featuring lots of metallics. Aden + Anais was founded in New York by Australian Raegan Moya-Jones, who could not find the traditional muslin blankets in the USA when her daughter Anais was born. So in 2006 she brought out her first swaddle muslin - which can be used for all manner of baby purposes from stroller covers to burp cloths. I really liked the patterns Aden + Anais have put together, which also includes a collaboration with stylish kids label Zutano. You can see everything in their ranges here at the main website or head to their UK online store.
19 October 2016
Since last being featured on Print & Pattern in September 2012 designer Abi Hall has been working with the team at Pink Light Studio in Seattle, licensing artwork for a diverse range of products, and designing collections for Moda Fabrics. You can see examples of licensed patterns and illustrations, as well as works in progress and sketchbook entries on Abi's website here. For the past few months Abi has been busy creating kids wall art to stock her wonderful Etsy shop. Below are some examples of the fun, colourful, and educational prints from her shop. All are available now, and new pieces are be added. You can get in touch with Abi via her website, or connect with her on Instagram.
Kat Uno is an illustrator based in Hawaii. After working for about 6 years as a graphic designer for a government agency Kat decided to strike out on her own in 2015. She is currently represented by the Astound Agency and has been illustrating books for going on 2 years. Although her agency work is her bread and butter, Kat also really loves designing cute characters and patterns. You can find more work and get in touch with Kat via her website here.