Love living so close to the beach – these are some of my photos from my latest visit on my birthday last week! With these images I have experimented with the edits, and have decided to use a ‘cinemascope’ edit adding an old fashioned colour hint which works well I think! I enjoy photography and playing around with compositions!
I’m really pleased with how my Brand has come out and how the designs look on the tshirts. They are just the right size and shape for the tshirt cut. I was worried that the hand drawn aspect of my designs would look blurry or too pixelated but they are fine. If i have time, i will play around with the neckline designs even further and possibly add colour. I think that my concept of ‘necklines’ worked well and is on trend. I have created my Womenswear brand under ‘HayleyJoyce’ and then ‘Necklines’ as the specific T-shirt Collection. All my future collections will be under the HayleyJoyce brand i have created so that it identifies me as a future designer.
This is my Spreadshirt Necklines link – http://necklines.spreadshirt.co.uk/
Few exmaples of pages from my T-shirt project including Muse Work, Research, Development and Design Ideas!
I decided to focus on the idea of ‘Vintage Travel’ with my Muse ‘Alexa Chung’ as inspiration as well as the primary focus of Necklines. I’ve based my design ideas on the shape of the neckline as a niche design. Alot of the favourite trends at the moment have been about statement necklaces, neckline detail and collars! But never actually seen it as a printed T-shirt design before! I used my own photographs from my recent visit to Milan as design inspiration using the imagery, lines and shapes to then develop my neckline prints.