Tag Archives: competition

Matisse inspired pattern

‘Conversations’ inspired by Matisse’s Pasiphae My latest entry for Spoonflower’s Nasher / Matisse Contest this week. Would appreciate any votes for it 🙂 (Click here to vote.) Latest updates (5 Dec 2012) A big thank you to everyone who has voted, my design was in 24th place… out of 303 entries! Yay!! ^_^ Advertisements

Typewriter Pattern Design

This is the design I had came up with for this week’s Spoonflower’s contest (Theme : Typewriter). It was not an easy brief as we need to abide by the rules of designing only in black and white. But it was still fun despite that as the research prove to be great eye candy for […]

“Back to school” SF contest results and my latest collection

It’s the time of the week again when Spoonflower announces the weekly contest results… I thought I just did a post on the last one not long ago.. this is just how fast time flies! “Pretty Basics” gained 18th position out of 171 entries… Lady luck its definitely smiling upon me this time as I […]

14th…. and the new entry

Woo… it’s 4am in Singapore now. I’m not in bed again… because it a thursday night… meaning (drum roll) results for spoonflower’s fabric of the week contest had been announced! “A whimsical Vacation” had gotten 14th in position! The competition for this round was strong, with many amazing entries and I myself had voted for […]

“A Whimsical Vacation”

Spoonflower competitions are addictive… I had fun working on this week’s camping theme and I am quite pleased with how it turned out. There were a lot of “firsts” in this design. My first tent. My first campfire. My first whimsical forest… and my first cute little fox. I just love this to bits! 😉

Tigerprint male icon Competition

I have entered 2 entries for Tigerprint’s latest competition – Male Fashion Icons & Symbols. The challenge is to find the next big trend to replace the mustache craze. After some brainstorming I came up with icons like: Ascot tie, pocket watch, dopp kit, pocket square, suspenders, fountain pens, horn-rimmed glasses and argyle patterns. After […]