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Two SBC Orlando Students’ Designs Published in E-Book

October 26, 2014 SBC-Orlando, Fashion Design and Merchandising, General 0 Comments

Two students from the fashion design and merchandising program at Sanford-Brown College in Orlando were selected to become published designers in an e-book titled, Pattern Mix: A Collection of Inspiring Prints by Designers from Around the World.

Two Sanford Brown Orlando Students’ Designs Published in E-Book The designers chosen from the Orlando campus were current student Wilderies Rodriguez and recent graduate Kimberly Hernandez.

Pattern Mix: A Collection of Inspiring Prints by Designers from Around the World is an e-book distributed by Pattern People, a surface design studio based in Portland, Ore. The studio provides thousands of ready-made print designs to be used for apparel, paper products, beauty packaging, accessories, interiors, and more.

Earlier this summer, Pattern People put out a call for submissions of repeating textile patterns in categories like floral, geometric, animal print, conversational, ethnic and texture from up-and-coming textile designers from all over the globe.

Only 100 artists from this international competition were selected for the final published e-book and we’re proud two of those designers came from the Sanford-Brown College Orlando campus!

The book is available for purchase now through Pattern People’s website: http://www.patternpeople.com/e-book-pattern-mix.

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