I’m an illustrator, surface designer and educator based in Atlanta, GA. I live with my boyfriend and our three rescue kitties, who very often make it into my art, especially the two black cats.
I feel very comfortable creating art for kids, because I'm really a kid at heart. I love cute animals and bright colors. I find it particularly satisfying to distill complex concepts into simple shapes that are stylized but easily recognizable.
Princess Awesome is so proud to partner with Women in Aviation International to sponsor a design contest during the summer of 2023. We are looking for your awesome ideas for new clothing that features airplanes, helicopters, engineering concepts, schematics - anything that has to do with aviation.
I’m a freelance textile, surface designer, illustrator, author and artist based in Calderdale, West Yorkshire, and I love what I do! I have a degree in textile design but have always painted and sketched even from a little girl.
Hi! I am Heleen, an illustrator and designer from the Netherlands. I design cheerful, cute and colorful patterns for fabric and paper. My designs are inspired by my kids, my garden and my love for picture books for children. I combine raising my three children with my work.
My name is Julie, and I’m [X] years old. I live far enough from Montréal, Canada to have wild bunnies in my backyard, but close enough to go to museums. I’m married to a loving and caring geek who makes wonderful coffee lattes.
I loooooove science and space, always was the artsy one in science and the science-y one in arts at school. I follow James-Webb as much as the weathercast news!
Darya Karenski is a professional textile designer and painter based in the Boston area, Massachusetts. She is a highly versatile artist who creates both traditional and digital designs. While her favorite medium is watercolor painting, she has tapped into every possible kind of fabric design creation and greatly enjoys the multitude of all the topics and media. She enjoys including less-explored motifs and non-traditional colors in her artwork as well as playing with classics.
Camilla Laub has 30 years of experience in the creative industry. She has always loved coloring and being creative as far back as she remembers. Most kids draw, but she just kept going. Finishing high school, she drew non-stop to advance for the entrance exam of one of our country's finest design schools.
Markéta is a surface pattern designer based in Zürich. Her passion is creating charming patterns and illustrations with a touch of magic. From an incredibly early age, her parents encouraged her to draw and paint with watercolors. Her mother showed and taught her various textile crafting techniques like embroidery, bobbin lace, and sewing. Her father, on the other hand, could draw anything she asked for without looking at a reference. It felt natural to her to choose a creative path.
Originally from Bogota, Colombia, Linda has six years of experience working in textiles for fashion as well as home and interiors. She currently works at Danica Brands full time as a surface designer and continues to creates fun patterns for licensing and Spoonflower in her spare time.