Beautiful Fabrics + Wallpaper: Giusy Pirrotta - Installation Venice

Beautiful Fabrics + Wallpaper: Giusy Pirrotta - Installation Venice

Client Case Study:

Guisy Pirotta commissioned us to print their designs onto both fabrics and wallpapers. The installation at the Galleria Massimo de Luca, Venice.

"For this exhibition the design of wallpaper and fabric is made by the artist, who uses botanical and floral imagery as an illusionary surface able to transport the viewer somewhere else.
This use is thought also in relation to the study of the early Movie Theatres, especially the Atmospheric Theatre designed by John Eberson, who recreated the outside inside the Cinema space through the reproduction of fake gardens, the sky and house's facade around the screen. The viewer's gaze was travelling in and outside the screen during the experience of the film and the Movie Theatre was not completely darkened out."

http://www.giusypirrotta.com/work/seamlessness

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http://www.giusypirrotta.com/work/seamlessness

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Read our Article for WTIN - 6 Pages of Top Design Trends 2017

Read our Article for WTIN - 6 Pages of Top Design Trends 2017

It’s often difficult to sift through the noise of marketing but for a designer it’s a necessary gift. Predicting trends is an art form. Absorbing inspiration and then somehow finding the pulse of the strongest themes for your industry and timeline. For my own part, I have always trusted my instincts. Never intentionally following the crowd, but aiming to seek out what the client, or target market, wants next with a commercial eye. And so, as the runways and Interior showrooms of Paris, New York and London come to a close, let’s reflect on their influence with a brief look at the strongest trends for the next 6 months. READ MORE >

I'm very happy to announce that 15 designers have been featured! Congrats to you all!

Take a look at our 6 page Trend Hub article, and be sure to sign up to our social media channels to be featured in the next article for our Design Community! 

*Special Thanks to the Editorial team at WTIN ( World Textile Information Network )

Who support our company mission to engage the Print and Design industries to Collaborate and Nurture Creative Talent. 

Skip to page 50 for 6 pages of Exciting Trends! 

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Debbie McKeegan is Creative Director at Digetex: www.Digetex.co.uk 

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Look at our New Trade Prices!!....We offer premium Quality and exceptional Value

Look at our New Trade Prices!!....We offer premium Quality and exceptional Value

Its has been a busy start to the year for the Digetex Team...{ drumroll } and we are happy to announce that the refurbishment of our entire Print Department is now complete!

After a massive investment spread over the last 12 months, Digetex have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to install new digital print machines and associated technology for ALL our manufacturing lines!

New manufacturing channels are now established for: Cotton - Polyester - Silk - Fire Resistant fabrics - Wallpaper 

We can now pass on our efficiency savings to our loyal customers!

Our trade prices have been reduced to reflect our efficient manufacturing practices!

Order your NEW TRADE PRICE LIST

Let us help you grow your Business!! 

"Customised Digital Print and Sewn Manufacture"

www.digetex.co.uk

Take a look at our Print + Sewn Products today!!

Take a look at our Print + Sewn Products today!!

Have you tried our trade Print + Sew Service?

We can transform your custom printed fabrics into Tea- Towels, Cushions, Curtains, Gift Bags, Aprons, Napkins, Oven Gloves.....Scarves....The list is endless!!

Have a special product in mind talk to our sales team who can work with you to create your unique sewn product. 

Contact the team for a very affordable trade pricelist and learn about our fabulous fabrics, print quality and speedy delivery.

www.digetex.co.uk

100% Made in Britain

December 07, 2016 by debbie mckeegan
Fast Fashion brings a new beat to Trends - WTIN article 2016

Fast Fashion brings a new beat to Trends - WTIN article 2016

Read the first of our Trend Hub articles for WTIN magazine.

As a designer myself i know how hard it is for our community to get the PR it deserves, and so i'm very happy to announce that 14 International Designers have been featured in this report.

Beccy Bland, Alicia de Costa, Frances Shaw, Merve Aruta, Lizzie Clark, Ritu Srivastava, Catalina Gonzalez, Dorothy Otite, Maya ELB, Geoff Haley, Vicci Gibson, Jess Cooper, Diane Marsland, Maarten Pongee, Tabitha Mardle - Your work is beautiful!! 

There can be no doubt that fast fashion and the use of digital print techniques have transformed our industry forever. The consumer demands an ever faster stream of products delivered to the market in super-fast time frames; changing the buying patterns of retailers, large and small. With almost half of the world’s population being online for 2017, retailers must realise new opportunities to engage and excite their customers and drive online sales. This year we have seen the high street giant TopShop join forces with google to stream their Topshop Unique catwalk feed live through google search and, for September, for the first time consumers will be able to buy the products online live from the catwalk......

Read the full article here> http://www.wtin.com/mags/Digital_Textile/Issue_5_2016/289161638/index.html?r=30?channelId=1124

Written by: Debbie McKeegan

 

Looking for affordable Digital Print for your Brand? New Prices for September 2016

Looking for affordable Digital Print for your Brand? New Prices for September 2016

Digetex- New Website and Prices for September 2016

Digetex are an Award Winning Digital Print service provider based in the UK. We provide high quality custom printed fabrics including Cottons, Silks, Linens, Polyesters, Fire Retardant Fabrics, Papers and Wallcoverings.

Based in the UK in our own customised factory our specialist team digitally print utilising the worlds most innovative technology. We also have a skilled hemming unit and can manufacture your customised products in house.

Speedy Delivery - No minimum order - Choose just 1m, 500m or 5000m the choice is yours. CONTACT US NOW 0161 873 8891 

Order online today with amazing trade prices. Larger discounts available for volume orders.

Our award winning business has been built an a rich British Textile Heritage incorporating over 100yrs industrial experience in all aspects of manufacture.

As a talented bunch of highly skilled creatives and technicians, we digitally print your patterns to produce beautiful custom printed fabrics suitable for Fashion, Homeware, Furnishings and Upholstery.

Specialist Contract or Retail bespoke wallpapers, Branded Retail display, Event graphics, Roller blinds, Promotional merchandise, Bespoke personalised sewn products and customised manufacture.

www.digetex.co.uk

August 30, 2016 by debbie mckeegan
Customised Design is making new demands on our Industry?

Customised Design is making new demands on our Industry?

Take a read of our latest article for whichplm:

Why do we crave that unique item? Something nobody else has, our own look and personalized design statement. Is this the kickback from the Primark generation, no longer happy with mass produced items offered at low price points?

Luxury goods have long since been personalised, but previously only afforded by the elite. In today’s market, customized manufacture is now the fast growing sector of the marketplace.  Read More >

www.digetex.co.uk

All images courtesy of Vikki Gibson - Illustrator

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http://www.whichplm.com/editors-choice/customised-design-makes-new-demands-on-our-industry.html

July 14, 2016 by debbie mckeegan
Designing for a Digital World

Designing for a Digital World

For WhichPLM's Expert Board, Debbie McKeegan. A pioneer in digital print, Debbie discusses the explosion of digital print, the integrity of design, and Europe’s textile industry, whilst summarizing the variety of ink sets currently available to us (including which set works best with which product or market), as well as fabrics and print partners.

What’s often overlooked is the product knowledge, commercial discipline and the expectations of both the manufacturer and the end user.

Read More > http://www.whichplm.com/editors-choice/design-in-a-digital-world.html

www.Digetex.com   www.debbiemckeegan.com   www.SurfacePatternPrint.com

Contact us: 0161 873 8891  For Press and Design + Community enquiries : DebbieMc@Digetex.com

Looking Back - The Dawn of Digital Print

Looking Back - The Dawn of Digital Print

In her first guest article with WhichPLM, Debbie McKeegan, writes about the evolution of digital printing. Debbie is well averse in this world, and sits onWhichPLM’s Expert Board as a pioneer in digital print. As someone who entered the industry decades ago, Debbie has a lot to share.

I began my career at the advent of CAD technology entering the market, in the mid to late 1980s.......

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All images copyright SkeensS

www.Digetex.com

April 13, 2016 by debbie mckeegan

Talking Digital Print at Digetex HQ with Tansy Fall from WTIN

Talking Digital Print at Digetex with Tansy Fall of WTIN

With growth predicted for the UK digital textile printing market, established businesses in the UK are being provided with more and more opportunities to evolve. However, can this growth be supported by the industry? WTiN visited prominent specialist digital print business Digetex, who custom print for Interiors, Homeware, Fashion and Contract clients worldwide, based in Manchester, UK, to talk to creative director Debbie McKeegan, whose use of digital has seen the company go from strength to strength.

As a newly appointed board director for FESPA UK, McKeegan is looking to instigate more communication between the print world and designers, and likewise the academic institutions that train designers and technologists, in order to build a stronger industry.

McKeegan says: “[Designers coming out of university] need a more commercial grounding in their education, and maybe that is lacking in the education sector because there is lack of knowledge. A kind of post-generation gap, because textiles in the UK has a little bit of a demise, or rather a large demise, in the 90s, so there’s a 20-year generation gap […] and I don’t think students necessarily leave with the tools and the skills that they need to go out there and get employment.

- See more at: WTIN CONTACT : DIGETEX

March 17, 2016 by debbie mckeegan