Designs will be printed via rotary screen on a white muslin cotton blanket at 47 inches x 47 inches. So I'm looking for design templates that can be sent to be manufactured. I am seeking two designs - (1) owl and (2) fox - with one pastel color per design that are complementary to each other. So only one color can be used per blanket.
- Blanket 1: Owl with 1 pastel color
- Blanket 2: Fox with 1 pastel color (complementary design and color to Blanket 2)
The product will be used on babies and the colors and designs should be applicable to both infant girls and boys. Colors and design cannot be too feminine or masculine.
I would also like 2 other complementary colors for Blanket 3 and 4.
- Blanket 3: Same owl design as blanket 1 (different complementary pastel color)
- Blanket 4: Same fox design as blanket 2 (different complementary pastel color).
***DO NOT WANT***
- I am not seeking a graphic icon(s). I'm looking for a template that can be sent to be manufactured.
- I don't like design that looks too crowded. I don't like to see graphics on top of each other and crowding each other. I appreciate negative space and allowing the design some room to breathe.
- I don't want a design that looks too realistic - a realistic looking owl or fox. I'm looking for something that is kid friendly.
- Design and colors cannot be too feminine or masculine because this is meant to be marketed as a genderless product.
- We do not want multiple colors per blanket. We are restricted to only use one color per blanket/design. The blanket is white, so you can use negative space to your advantage.
1. The most popular designs I've seen are the allover designs. So that's one idea.
2. I have this concept in my head that looks good but may actually not look pretty once executed in real life. The concept in my head is like a photo mosaic (small photos that create a large picture). Except the small photos would be like small owls that create a large outline of an owl. Same with the fox. Again, I'm not sure if this would work, I'm just throwing it out there.
3. Using negative space and the whites in the blanket to create a more interesting image. See here - http://www.creativebloq.com/art/art…ce-8133765
Thanks, I'm looking forward to the designs.