Posts tagged ‘juvenile’

Japanese Fabric of the Week: Tomy Trains

Photorealistic Tomy trains light canvas fabric, from Cotton Studio on Etsy. Related posts: Japanese Fabric of the Week: Alain Grée Japanese Fabric of the Week Japanese Fabric of the Week Japanese Fabric of the Week Japanese Fabric of the Week

Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets

My little guy’s room doesn’t have a theme per se, but if I had to name one it’d be Richard Scarry. I love Richard Scarry dearly — revisiting all his books I can see he built the foundations of my tastes in art and design. So I will impose him on my son until he [...]

Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets

Various rad 1970s-80s kids sheets currently on eBay and Etsy. Related posts: Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets

Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets

Circus and (non-scary) clown-themed sheet, c.1960s per seller. $10 from marybethhale on Etsy. Related posts: Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets Daily Swatch: Vintage Sheets

Japanese Fabric of the Week: Kokka Bunnies

These hand-drawn bunny designs are from Kokka, printed on cotton oxford. Spotted at SomeArt Fabrics. Related posts: Japanese Fabric of the Week: Jolis Copains from Kokka Japanese Fabric of the Week: Hello My Friend Japanese Fabric of the Week: Kokka Trefle Strawberries Kokka Faces of Beauty Japanese Fabric of the Week: Yuwa Scandi Kitchen

Japanese Fabric of the Week: Alain Grée

Alain Grée is a French illustrator and graphic designer who published hundreds of children’s books and a dozen or so board games in the 1960s-70s. Learn and see more about Grée on his official website. His work is enjoying a resurgence today, especially in Japan and France. I’m not sure who licensed his designs for [...]

Japanese Fabric of the Week

Cotton canvas animal print from Felt Cafe. I thought the artist was Ed Emberley, but maybe that’s just because I ordered Ed Emberley fabric from Felt Cafe in the past? Related posts: Japanese Fabric of the Week: Ed Emberley! Japanese Fabric of the Week: Floating Animals Japanese Fabric of the Week: Tip Top Elephants Japanese [...]

Jenn Ski: Aldo to Zippy for P&B Textiles

I have been following Jenn Ski‘s work and blog for a long time now and knew it was only a matter of time before her designs were brought to cloth! Jenn is one of the three Lilla Rogers Studio designers that P&B Textiles recently licensed to create fabric lines. (Caroline Gavin’s Wild Thyme is already [...]

Benartex: Let’s Play

I spotted this playground print on someone’s blog today (please let me know in the comments if it’s you! Usually I can locate these things through the magic of Google Reader’s search function, but not today). This reproduction-looking print is so cute, but a closer look reveals several things make me cringe as a modern [...]