Gill Eggleston

Gill Eggleston

Gill Eggleston is a textile, surface pattern designer and illustrator originally from the UK but now based in France. Creating designs for a wide variety of products, Gill loves color and is a complete pattern addict, hence, her studio name is Pattern Addict's Design Garden. She describes her work as “sketchy, sometimes quirky and almost definitely embracing the nuances and imperfection found in hand drawn work”. “Having always been a keen 'doodler'; drawing and painting comes as second nature. After spending a year at the art college in Bolton after school, she studied a degree in textile design and design management at UMIST. Working in the textile industry for around twenty years Gill gained a breadth of knowledge and experience and is now working on her own Pattern Addict's design garden project. Needing to keep her design garden as colorful as possible, Gill spends her time cultivating new design ideas which are in the main contemporary florals and abstracts. She takes inspiration from a plethora of sources and all her design work starts out with a pen of some sort in hand and a piece of paper as she prefers the expressive nature of hand-sketching: be it by marker pen, scribe or pencil.

In addition to designing cases for Keka, here's more amazing stuff from Gill Eggelston!

Gill Eggleston

Gill Eggleston

Gill Eggleston is a textile, surface pattern designer and illustrator originally from the UK but now based in France. Creating designs for a wide variety of products, Gill loves color and is a complete pattern addict, hence, her studio name is Pattern Addict's Design Garden. She describes her work as “sketchy, sometimes quirky and almost definitely embracing the nuances and imperfection found in hand drawn work”. “Having always been a keen 'doodler'; drawing and painting comes as second nature. After spending a year at the art college in Bolton after school, she studied a degree in textile design and design management at UMIST. Working in the textile industry for around twenty years Gill gained a breadth of knowledge and experience and is now working on her own Pattern Addict's design garden project. Needing to keep her design garden as colorful as possible, Gill spends her time cultivating new design ideas which are in the main contemporary florals and abstracts. She takes inspiration from a plethora of sources and all her design work starts out with a pen of some sort in hand and a piece of paper as she prefers the expressive nature of hand-sketching: be it by marker pen, scribe or pencil.

In addition to designing cases for Keka, here's more amazing stuff from Gill Eggelston!

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