These Designer Textile Prints are Inspired by Foreign Travels

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Mar 19, 2014 • References: and coolhunting
Andéol creates designer textile prints on accessories and housewares inspired by world travels. Produced in Sydney, travel is a huge inspirational force for textile designer, Emilie Cacace and leads to much more than gorgeous Instagram photos of remarkable locations.

What makes this designer so awesome—other than sharing the same name—is that she digitally enhances natural materials she has handpicked from her travels. Once her process is completed, she marries each print with functional accessories like scarves, pillows and jewelry.

The result is a bond between current technology that is 100% Australian and mesmerizing at the same time. Her prints combine abstract illustration with bursts and whirls of color. You can guarantee that no textile looks the same and while each collection is inspired by a location, Cacace's personal twist is delightful.