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Apr 30

What's on now Advocate Featured in Art and Design Licensing Sourcebook

Advocate Art are excited to let you know that an interview with agent Hannah, about future trends, was featured in the Art and Design Licensing Sourcebook for summer 2012. Also featured on the page is one of Hannah’s beautiful mood boards which are used to communicate¬†Advocate’s ideas to artists and potential clients. Read to see what Hannah has to say about ‘future fashions’ or visit the sourcebook website to download the book.

Advocate Art

Advocate is always on the hunt for new trends and regularly turns predictions into mood boards to share with artists and clients.

Past Meets Present

“Two themes crop up here: a combination of traditional crafting techniques (appliqu√©, cross-stitch, knitting etc.) are given a modern digital look with a 1950s’ colour palette; and an Edwardian take which combines traditional botanical etchings with a modern colour palette of teal, muted mauve and lemon yellow.”

Design Classics

“Taking inspirations from mid-20th century design icons such as typewriters, telephones and classic movie posters, this colour palette is bold and masculine”

Holiday Time

‘The final trend we’re expecting to see a lot of in the coming months, this combines bright, bold prints with tropical icons such as parrots, palm trees and pineapples. We are also seeing a resurgence of nautical-themed icons such as anchors and retro sailor tattoos, tying in nicely with British seaside nostalgia. “