trying to work out what the core issue is and what is really required.
Looking at the very original solutions - going way back when is also a good starter.
Depending on the purpose, my designs are either cute, funny, whimsical and colorful or exquisite, clean, simple or very complicated and full of details. Elegance describes all of them.
I dont think I have a style as such. I work mainly for the childrens clothing industry, and for that my hand is quirky rather than too commercial. I design for girls and womens wear using mixed media, such as embroidery, printing onto fabric and applique.
I think I have quite a classic design style. I adjust the design according to clients needs.
Original and Dope.
I Really can't tell I just look at a picture and can tell what I want too do everything is soo different you can't label it
My style is ever-evolving, but a background of warm organic has followed me through the years.
My designs are fun and trendy but at the same time classic and sweet.
RTW: Architectural, linear, clean-cut lines.
Theatrical: Very abstract and obscure- similar to surrealism art.
My designs can be called eclectic as they can be sophisticated but at the same time chic`but also classic and elegant. Some of my designs can also be called avant garde as they are a bit sexy and edgy giving them the touch of the unusual..
I would explain my style about as varied as the weather here in Maine. It just depends on my mood.
my design style is an Anomaly hehe, I design stuff thats cute, bizarre, and no one else has anything like it out there really.
Mix of vintage, minimalism, edgy, glamourous or bohemian.
Kind of architectonic with ethnic.
Romantic and brave and versatile.
I can’t really define my style. Someone once told me I draw like a man… in that I can draw funny cartoons as apposed to softer feminine styles of drawing. But as a designer, I strive to always be creative and learn new styles and techniques, which in turn keeps me sharp and broadens my job prospects. It’s also, in my opinion more interesting to challenge yourself, it keeps the fire alive.
Creative without compromising the nature of design.