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Textile Patterns by Batoul Yazdanian - Surface Designer on Ready Pattern

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A short description about Batoul
Batoul Yazdanian started her designing journey for global markets in 2017. She produces unique surface pattern designs with love, happiness, and personality for Home Decor, Textiles, and Apparel.

Where did Batoul learn how to create surface designs?
She is a self-taught watercolor artist, born close to the Caspian Sea Persians and residing in Sweden for the past 35 years. Her artistic work is a balance of these two cultures.

How does Batoul source her inspiration?
As a young girl, she was always making and creating, which has inspired a lifelong journey in watercolor and textile design. Inspired by her travels to faraway places, she grew up influenced by the art and history of her heritage and the world around her.

We asked Batoul to tell us about the work she will be bringing to the show, this is what she had to say:
“My artistic ability is to express my inner voice with my visual sense, and have it expressed through colors and brushes. The power and energy that nature gives people through its flowers, chirping birds, and free landscapes is a unique gift I want to give to the outside world. My creation through watercolors invites you to a romantic and imaginative world where joy and hope are the key words. Thanks to digitization and Photoshop, I usually sink even more into my fantasy world. As a result, I convey a 3-dimensional floral view in multi-dimensional abstract layers to the viewer.”

What is Batoul next working on?
Her expressionist artistic style is holding sway over her prints as interiors incorporate artistic patterns in rugs, furniture silhouettes and artwork. Batoul is creating a jewel-like aesthetic for furniture and accessories, with striking yet simple silhouettes bringing maximum impact to schemes. She is also experimenting with bold patterns in unexpected spaces, such as the bathroom, both within tile patterns and on hard wearing wallpaper designs.