Print & Pattern Features


Laurie Wisbrun - Feature

April 13, 2011 


Laurie Wisbrun - Feature

March 17, 2011


Art Buyer Magazine - Jan. '11

My design, Avian Therapy, was included in an Art Buyer editorial piece regarding artistic vision: Art and Financial Forecasting


''According to J'net Smith, owner of All Art Licensing, the artists who are experiencing the most success in terms of licensing and revenue, have a unique style that truly makes a statement. 'These success stories are often the artists who you can easily identify from others as their style is totally unique,' says Smith. 'They are approaching their art and the marketplace with passion and instinct, yet still creating artistic work that meets market criteria.'

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Tufted Tweets in Quilting Arts

Ashley Newcomb, a popular modern quilter who authors the blog Film in the Fridge, created a quilt called 'Unfurnished' that features my Tufted Tweets fabric. The quilt and the pattern were featured in 2 issues of Quilting Arts publications, Quilt Festival Scene - Winter 2010 and Stitch - Fall 2010.


Women's Wear Daily

Rule of the Masses: Reinventing Fashion Via Crowdsourcing - July 26, 2010

"Thanks to the Internet, the line between designer, consumer and brand is blurring more and more. Large brands like Keds, Bloomingdale's and Nike, as well as small start-ups like ModCloth and Spoonflower, are increasingly setting up businesses in which the consumer gets a say about what gets designed and produced...

"Much as Internet celebrities have emerged from YouTube and fashion blogging, so Spoonflower has created successful fabric designers. One of the early winners of a contest, Laurie Wisbrun of Etsy shop Scarlet Fig, has been picked up by fabric manufacturer Robert Kaufman. Not a formally trained artist, she previously worked in advertising and marketing...