Publications featuring designs by Patrick Moriarty
1. Mill Magazine - July/August 2019 edition.
The magazine features and article about Paisley Tango. The article includes a picture of a paisley design which was commissioned by Paisley Tango specially for the Paisley Tango Festival 2019. Designer Patrick Moriarty created unique motifs for the design including tango dancers, bandoneon instrument, tango shoes and paisley symbols in an Argentine style. Mill magazine publicizes culture and lifestyle for Paisley and Renfrewshire residents. Patrick's design is available as printed fabric by the yard. The article is pictured below.
2. Title: The Fundamentals of Printed Textile Design
Author: Alex Russell
Publisher: AVA Academia
Date: January 1, 2011
Here is a link to a preview of the book at Google Books online.
In 2019, French and Spanish editions of the book were published.
Alex Russell is the Pathway Leader for MA Fashion and Textiles Routes and also Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Textiles in Practice at Manchester School of Art.
Alex gave an excellent presentation at the Fashion and Textile Museum on 12th July 2018. He talked about his book and provided valuable insights into the world of printed textiles. I was pleased to talk to Alex during the course of the evening.
The colourful doodle image (pictured below) from the book is a digital print design by Patrick Moriarty. In the book it was unfortunately credited to another designer and her design was credited to Patrick Moriarty. The image with 2 designs is a pic of 2 digital scarf designs by Patrick Moriarty & Frans Verschuren.
3. The final image on this page is a poster for an art exhibition in Germany.
Patrick Moriarty is from Southend, Essex and the next major town is called Basildon. Basildon is twinned with the city of Heiligenhaus, Germany. The artists in each town contributed artworks for an initiative called "Art Beyond Borders". The initiative encourages cultural understanding. The Basildon artists invited Patrick to contribute an artwork to the exhibition in Germany. The towns of Mansfield (UK) and Meaux (France) also contribute to the exhibition which encourages a cultural exchange of ideas and understanding. The event in Germany was called Neanderland Museumnacht. There was an official catalogue for the exhibition which included all the artists and artworks. Patrick and his paisley elephant print were included in the catalogue.