materials: water-based dyes and pigments; handmade papers; mylar
techniques: collaging, digital prototyping, colorway development, repeat pattern production, and fabric silkscreening using the 4-way repeat pattern 
software: NedGraphics, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop 
This print aims to create a 'domesticated jungle' which is developed using 32 individual flowers and plants which exist in the New England region and are used as ornamental florals. This print can be used to create commercial products such as home textiles, upholstery, and apparel due to its elegance and versatility. It reimagines plaid textiles using single-color or double-color prints in a cost-efficient manner
COLORWAYS USING VARIOUS FIBERS, DYES, AND INKS
DRAPING THE PRINT PATTERN ON THE BODY
COLOR THEORY STUDIES USING GOUACHE, SCREEN-PRINTING INK, AND DIGITAL DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS: 
DIGITAL PATTERN DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPING PLAID PRINTS WITH THE REPEAT PATTERN USING OMBRE TEXTILES
PAPER COLLAGED FLORALS: 
EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES WITH SILKSCREENING AND DYEING PROCESSES:

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