If you're not familiar with it already, I'd like to introduce you to the work of one of my favorite Spoonflower designers, Tina Vey, a.k.a 'ottomanbrim'. An illustrator based in New York City, Tina worked in the textile industry years ago. I first saw her work appear on Spoonflower about a year ago and each week I am blown away by her contest entries, filing them away in my brain under "I Wish I Had Done That!" Tina is influenced by art and design from the 1920s through the '70s--you might notice some references to Art Deco, Midcentury Modern, and Marimekko. She likes to say that she's just obsessed with drawing circles, but the fact that she remains true to her style is an inspiration to me. I could fill the next couple lines with a stream-of-consciousness of glowing adjectives, but I'll let her work speak for itself. You can view more of Tina's designs, and purchase fabric, in her Spoonflower shop. She also has prints, greeting cards, iPhone cases, throw pillows, and more, available in her Society6 shop.
LEFT: Mod in America; RIGHT: Cones Descending a Staircase