Introducing featured designer, Rebecca Pry
This week we are so excited to launch the Rebecca Pry Wildflower Collection at Domanda Design. Rebecca is a designer and illustrator based in Warwick, New York, whose work has appeared in books, as murals, and as garments through her own label Desert Qween. In addition, she teaches printmaking, 2D design, and figure drawing at St. Thomas of Aquinas College.
We first worked with Rebecca at our sister company, Design Pool. There, she designed a contemporary collection of modern designs for the Proprietary Collection. The group, entitled 80's Reimagined, was inspired by the fun and wacky sweater patterns of the 1980's.
We loved her work so much; we invited her to collaborate on a collection of customizable decor for Domanda Design. Rebecca's fun and colorful sensibility is evident in her work as an illustrator and designer. This sensibility is perfect for an exclusive line of printed home accessories.
Inspiration for the Wildflower Collection came from nature.
For this collection, Rebecca looked at the nature surrounding her for inspiration. "This past summer, I really learned to appreciate where I live since I couldn't travel anywhere because of the pandemic. The wildflowers were so insanely beautiful and literally everywhere. It has sprouted (excuse the pun!) a lot of inspiration." Rebecca's unique illustration style transformed the nature around her into bold shapes that created flowers, bees, ladybugs, and ants. These patterns are energic, optimistic, and feel like spring is springing.
Rebecca's designs are available in a range of products.
In an interview over on the Design Pool blog, Rebecca told us she has always been "pretty obsessed with the idea of having my own home goods line!" We are excited to help make that happen! You can find Rebecca's patterns on pillows, placemats, tumblers, and pouches. We also have one wall clock design and a beautiful duvet cover.
This blog post was written by Kristin Crane.