Artists discover and refine the highlights in the daily life to create artworks through illustration, graffiti, sculpture and installation. This report will introduce those new-emerging artists and artworks which are suitable for kidswear patterns, and present how those elements and colors in the artworks be used on kidswear.
The Japanese illustrator Sarashina Mariko’s works seem simple but are filled with interesting details and thoughts. No matter on woodcuts or oil paintings, artist uses bright and joyful colors to present the childlike innocence, which makes people smile unintentionally. The details and colors of those repeated irregular hand-drawn geometric patterns in illustrations are suitable for kidswear. More artist information: ins@sarashinamariko(Artworks only for reference, and copyrights belong to the original author)
The pioneer of Japanese graffiti Snipe1 forms his representative personal style through breaking through borders and the conventional images of graffiti culture. He once created large-scale graffiti installation with Murakami Takashi and Kaikai Kiki’s artists MADSAKI and TENGAone. And he also cooperated with fashion brands. Snipe1 always makes fun of those popular elements and trending IP in his works, presenting a new individualized Japanese graffiti style through spraying. (Artworks only for reference, and copyrights belong to the original author)
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