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Mallika Verma

MA Textile Design work by Mallika Verma

My work is a collection of patterns that take inspiration from the traditional Indian motif- Paisley.

My practice involves combining traditional Indian backgrounds and motifs, creating unique surface patterns through hand and digital processes. By creating distinctive colour palettes that I have applied to screen and digital printing methods, I feel I have been successful in promoting my response to the sub-continent’s magnificent and intricate motifs.

Within my research, I have been inspired by the distinctive style of contemporary British interior design houses such as Designer’s Guild, Harlequin, Mulberry Home, Sanderson, Osborne & Little and Nina Campbell.

This research, has provoked an innovative perspective in my designs, by using Photoshop to create interesting combinations of patterns, I have experienced a remarkable break-through in my practice.

I am looking forward to building a practice of my own as a surface and textile designer. I am excited to work with established designers or groups which provide me opportunities to challenge and develop my designing skills, promote learning and expand my conceptual and analytical skills in the process.

MA Textile Design work by Mallika Verma

– Mallika Verma, MA Textile Design

Exhibition

– Mallika Verma, MA Textile Design