Eva Turner

Eva Turner

Surface Pattern Designer & IllustratorChester, United Kingdom
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Eva Turner

Eva Turner

Surface Pattern Designer & IllustratorChester, United Kingdom
About me
First class-honor's Degree in Surface Pattern Design & Textiles Awarded Best Visuals Studies Project for Hand Screen Printing Staffordshire University Graduate of 2019
  • CLP Designs - Internship
    CLP Designs - InternshipDuring my time there I created 3 collections for the brand 'Catherine Loves', by creating beautifully illustrated artwork either hand or digitally drawn. Which can be found on products such as greeting cards and frames which are available for purchase online through their website.
  • JRC London - Internship
    JRC London - InternshipA handful of digital hand drawn tropical prints based off mood boards created by the design team and one's exploration into the future trends of 2020 such as the art of paper folding called origami.
  • Scorched Paradise
    Scorched ParadiseWisps of burnt orange, velvet purple and maroon harmonize in the evening sky. Draping over the Australian skyline with breath taking views of the exotic landscape. The romantic ambience and beauty which can only be found at the other side of the world inspired a range of products including a tote, duffle and wash bag.
  • Cherished
    CherishedA sophisticated collection of painterly florals with subtle textural elements to create decorative wall hangings, inspired by Mother’s Day and the 'Unfinished Nature' S/S 19 trend. Taking inspiration from my mother’s passion for collecting quirky perfume and alcohol bottles. Combined with a selection of ornate frames and botanical/wildflower themes. With a hint of 3-dimensional features like delicate embroidery techniques and beading.
  • Smitten Afternoon Treats
    Smitten Afternoon TreatsA whimsical print collection inspired by Alice in Wonderland themes which spanned across 12 weeks. Reimagined the classic tale with mischievous kittens hosting an extravagant tea and cake soiree! Weaving through the design, vintage crockery sits comfortably on top of lace doilies. A delicious spread of confectionaries and exotic tea blends fill the air with rich aromas. Soft spring like hues, such as blushing pinks and sherbet yellows, are embellished with sprinkles of gold foil, establishing a
  • Outgrown Roots - Live Brief
    Outgrown Roots - Live BriefLive brief set by Johnson Tiles based on the word 'HOME'. Inspired by natural silhouettes found in the countryside during the winter season. Creating a sophisticated gothic look intended for tiles to decorate nightclub bathrooms with hints of metallic for that extra sparkle. -Received an honorable mention!
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Work history
    Graphic Design InternCLP designs
     - Liverpool, United KingdomInternship
    2-month long design endeavour where I assisted the head designers, by creating beautifully illustrated artwork either hand or digitally drawn for their brand 'Catherine Loves'. I designed 3 ranges for products such as greeting cards and frames which are available for purchase online.
    CAD InternJRC London
     - London, United KingdomInternship
    I spent the entire month in the capital of the UK learning from the senior design team of JRC where I honed my CAD skills, whilst learning how to navigate a Wacom tablet to digital draw imagery within Photoshop. 
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  • Illustration
  • Print Design
  • Creative
  • Trend Forecasting
  • Organisation
  • Colour
  • Narrative Design
  • CAD Design
  • Experimentation
  • Reasearch
    Surface Pattern and Printed Textiles DesignStaffordshire University
     - Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
    Achieved First class honours and awarded the 'best visual studies project' out of my class.
    Extended Diploma in Art and Design West Cheshire College
     - Ellesmere Port, United Kingdom
    Developed knowledge and skills in the Fashion and Textiles field
    Art Student of the YearWest Cheshire College
    Awarded for my skill, determination and creativity. This award is recognised by the Randolph Caldecott Society