Above: I saw this at the underground station on Walthamstow Central, and was interested in the pattern but also the colours around it, e.g. the white tiles and yellow stripe on the seat.

- Image taken by myself

Above: work by artist Alke Schmidt, showcased in the exhibition 'Tangled Yarns'. I like how basic garments are used to create interesting textures.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: Fireplace in the gallery. The simple shapes are nice and I like the wooden textures within the shape.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: This sofa was upstairs in the William Morris Gallery and I was interested in the elegant shape of it. It made me think of how I could put this shape onto the body.

- Image taken by myself

Above: flooring in the gallery. I liked the different lines within the wood and the metal.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: Icelandic Drinking Horns given to William Morris by his friend. I like the simple shape and how the pattern wraps around this shape.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: table designed by George Jack. I really like the eye pattern on the sides and all of the details within the table.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: This was in an underground station on my way back home. I really liked all what's going on here, the white tiles, floor tiles and the grey shapes on the wall. I could take shapes from this for a silhouette as well as shapes for a print.

- Own Image

Above: I saw this at a food stall on the way back to the station. I was just intrigued by the shapes and vibrant colours of it.

- Own image.

Above: I liked this collage image because of how the original is a simple portrait image but then contrasted with lips for eyes to make the image fun and playful.

- Foam Talent Magazine

Above: I like how random the bright shoes are in contrast to the snake. In 'How Does the Unexpected Surprise?' by Roe Ethridge and fashion editor Robbie Spencer.

- Document Magazine

Above: I saw this image and really love how the artists print is collaged with an image. By Lucy Joyce.

- Art Licks Magazine

Above: Hannah Whitaker - Untitled. I like the use of every day objects and how the image is edited with shapes added to make it an interesting art work.

- Foam Talent Magazine

Above: model wears Chanel in this shot. I like how the knitwear looks as if it has been ripped, but in an informed way.

- Dazed Magazine

Above: I love this knitwear shoot called 'Pins and Needles' styled by Robbie Spencer. I really like the thick knit and the hooded shape.

- Dazed Magazine

Above: Front cover of 'Picture Box Ninja'. I was interested in the neon colours and simplistic shapes. I really like the background print which looks like simple daps of colour.

Above: I was interested in the shell like pattern and how the blue changes from lighter tones to dark.

- book 'Light Effect'

Above: I love the vibrant colours and shapes here.

- book 'Light Effect'

Above: I really liked how the simple shapes are within the bricks which looks like a grid. I also love the colour and will work with these bright colours within architecture in my work.

- book 'Light Effect'

Above: Also at Walthamstow Central station, I saw this by the escalators and was interested in the colour blocking. I like the contrast of pastel pink and green.

- Image taken by myself

Above: 'Child's Play' by Alke Schmidt. I was interested in the way that the children were working (which is adult) but surrounded by a childish print, I like the contrast.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: A mirror in one of the rooms in the gallery. I love the large scale of it and the shapes within it.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: Wooden shapes on the wall. I like the simplicity of the shapes and how they subtly add detail.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: Sussex Chairs. I was interested in the shapes on the backs of the chair.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: a house which I saw on the way back to the station from the gallery. I liked the unusual shapes of the chimneys.

- Own image

Above: window in the upstairs of the gallery. I was interested in the shapes within the window and how they contrast the soft outlining shape.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: a design for mosaic decoration by George Jack. I was interested in how one half is denser than the other, in print as well as colour.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: Hannah Whitaker - Untitled. I really like the colours and patterns within this print.

- Foam Talent Magazine

Above: I like the simple shapes in this shot.

- Document Magazine

Above: I like the lime green tint in this image.

- Aperture 216 "Fashion" Magazine 

Above: work by Lucas Blalock. I liked how the simple objects were glorified to be exciting. I like the bobbly-shapes of this object.

- Document Magazine

Above: This image represents both knitted garments and structure. I really like the image and how the girly look is contrasted with the criminal setting and accessories. 'Hans Feurer, Vogue Paris 1976'.

- Aperture 216 "Fashion" Magazine

 

Above: From book 'Art To Wear'. I liked the odd shapes in this garment.

Above: Fringed cardigan by Zadig & Voltaire. I love the textures and could work from this by unravelling knitted garments.

- Dazed Magazine

Above: from book 'Leo Villareal'. I love the colours in these lights and how they look as if they are spinning like Catherine Wheel fireworks.

Above: from book 'Light Effect'. I was interested in the shapes within this architecture and how the lights compliment them. I could use these shapes in prints.

Above: Light installation in New York. I love the neon colours and how they blend with one another. I would like to use bright colours in my work.

- Leo Villareal book

Above: work by Alke Schmidt - 'End of Empire'. I like the colour palette and the busyness of the work.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: 'On the Move' by Alke Schmidt. I really like the colour scheme and how the images of people are almost distorted by the print.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: different tiles made by Morris & Co. I was interested by the tiles and thought of how I could make my work have a tiled effect.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: embroidered screen. I was interested in the contrast of print and the shapes at the top of the screen.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: wooden structure beneath the mirror. I really like the shape of this and could interpret this as a shape for the body.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: one off chair designed by Morris. I liked the rounded shape to it.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: This was upstairs of the gallery and I love the colour blocking and could see a print working with this image.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: tall seat in the downstairs of the gallery. I liked the shapes of this seat at this perspective.

- Own image from William Morris Gallery

Above: Hannah Whitaker - Untitled. I like the cracked effect in the background of this image.

- Foam Talent Magazine

Above: I liked the colour blocking in this image.

- Document Magazine

Above: Hannah Whitaker - Untitled. I liked the woven look and how the shapes were made to look 3D. I could take these ideas for my own prints.

- Foam Talent Magazine

Above: 'Mexico City' by Jeremy Hutchinson. I like how the image is distorted.

- Art Licks Magazine

Above: 'Mexico City' by Jeremy Hutchinson. Again, I like the distortion of the image and how the images relate to every day life in this city.

- Art Licks Magazine

Above: 'Girls Gone Wild' in Dazed Magazine. I like the oversized shape and the vibrant colour. I was interested in how the shape looked as if it had been simply tied.

- Dazed Magazine

Above: I love this oversized coat by Xaio Li. I really like the shapes of the sleeves.

- Dazed Magazine

Above: Lightbox in book 'Leo Villareal'. I really liked how the lighting emphasised shapes, as well as the vibrant colours.

Above: 'Devil's Playground'. In book 'Leo Villareal'. I love the monochrome palette and how the lighting is dispersed over the shape.

Above: from book 'Light Effect'. I love how the building's aesthetic is completely altered by the colours of the lights.

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