THE SILK BUREAU REPEAT PATTERN COMPETITION 2017
October 24, 2017
The application for this competition closes 11th November!
The Silk Bureau return with more exciting news!
As the UK’s leading digital textile printing company, for fashion and interiors, The Silk Bureau have launched their latest student competition, which this year focusses on complimentary repeating patterns.
If you are currently planning your 2017/2018 academic year project briefs or module assignments, this new competition may be of interest to you. As the competition is open until 11th November 2017, it allows plenty of time for linking into your planned work schedule and student submission dates. If this does not fit in with your plans for the next academic year, then students are still welcome to submit their own designs independent of their studies.
So what are the benefits of taking part?
- Develop digital and computer skills.
- Visual communication skills.
- Surface pattern design.
- Good assessment of professional skills desired by the fashion and interiors industry.
- Experience of working with others in a professional environment.
- Awareness of the digital printing process.
- Exceptional low cost of printing bespoke design onto 100% pure silk base.
Every entry will receive 1m of printed 12m/m (53gsm) silk showing their submitted design.
The winning design will be selected by The Silk Bureau and announced on 8th January 2018. The winner will receive 5m of their design printed on 100% Silk Light Satin. It also includes a visit to the Silk Bureau’s premises where you can witness the entire digital printing process for yourself.
How to enter…
To enter this competition, students should submit a single digital tiff file through the Silk Bureau’s website, showing both patterns www.silkbureau.co.uk/upload-form/ .Please write “Entry – Student Repeat Pattern”Competition 2017″ in the ‘comments’ box to qualify for the £30 entry fee (normally £55).
To view full details on the competition including terms and conditions, please click on the image below: