Our creative studio is growing and we are looking for a talented, enthusiastic and friendly intern with an opportunity to grow with us and join our team on a permanent basis after!
You will gain hands-on experience and will be fully involved in all aspects of the business such as
• Working with customers on finalizing and proofing orders and manage client relationships
• Sales face to face, online and over the phone
• Printing and pressing orders
• Working with suppliers and stock control
• Orders dispatch
• Graphic design
• Managing samples
• Managing the showroom
• Social media, blogging
And many more
So if this is you:
An awesome individual
Absolutely reliable with can do attitude
Have high work ethics and passionate about textiles
Fast learner with good communication skills
Have keen interest in the fashion and interior industry, with an eye for unique beautiful things, style and design
Up to date with Photoshop and Illustrator skills
Worked in Fashion or Interior Industry
Holding a Current driver’s license
Please send your best presentation to firstname.lastname@example.org and explain why you want to work at Digital Fabrics!
> You have to be physically fit as this position involves heavy lifting. We also work in a time sensitive environment and think and move quickly, we need you to as well.
> This is an unpaid internship with an opportunity for permanent position after.
Interested on how to make your custom cushions?
Here are some helpful steps on how to set up your artwork ready to print with us.
You can print custom cushions from any type of design photographic, hand drawn/painted, created in Photoshop or Illustrator, the possibilities are endless! Any size, any shape, front and back or just front panels of cushions.
For this how-to we chose to paint beautiful Orchids in watercolour. Once painting is finished and dry we digitized the artwork by scanning it at high dpi of 300, artwork also can be photographed.
After artwork is scanned and manipulated to desired colour and placement create a new canvas in RGB colour mode, 48 x 48 cm for finished size cushion cover of 45cm x 45cm including 1.5cm seam allowance on all sides of the cushion covers.
To help remember that there is seam allowance on the artwork put guidelines on all sides 1.5cm in (these guidelines won’t show when printed). Place an artwork on art board, play around with the placement until you get the look you are after and be mindful that anything outside of the guidelines will not be seen. We print digitally onto white fabric, for this specific cushion we wanted a white background so we left the background white, if you want a colour background you can do so by creating a new layer with the colour and placing it behind the artwork.
When you are happy with the results you can flatten your artwork and save, artwork can be saved as either a JPEG or TIFF.
Repeat these steps for the back of the cushion cover, if you want a certain colour for the back, drop in the colour you want into the layer.
Once all is in order and your order is ready to proceed leave it to us and we can do the rest, your cushion covers will be done in no time.
We hope this helps you on your way to creating some amazing custom cushion covers to spice up your home.
The Digital Fabrics Team
We have moved! After a big weekend we are excited to see all our bits and pieces in our new space, from today we are creating from our new studio at unit 6 1a Coulson St, Erskineville. All services resume as usual and there are more exciting things to come at Digital Fabrics.
For all deliveries please use our new mailing address:
Digital Fabrics P/L
1a Coulson St
Erskineville NSW 2013
Our phone number stays the same for enquiries or to organise an appointment at our new office, call us on 02 8307 0258.
In the past twelve months Digital Fabrics has grown and developed, thanks in part to our valued customers and as such will be moving on to bigger and better things! In a couple of weeks time (from November 18) you’ll find us just around the corner from Huntley St in our new digs Unit 6, 1a Coulson St, Erskineville.
Our phone number stays the same as does the great quality printing and service you know and trust at Digital Fabrics.
As you all know, last week we held a women’s scarf exhibition in conjunction with St George TAFE students fashion show, where students presented their super creative final collections. Every corner of students dedicated space was well thought through, fabric design, garment construction, space styling and branding etc . Here are few names that we would like to share with you.
Last week we exhibited all the scarves St George TAFE Fashion Design students Designed for our Local Produce scarf competition, On the opening night we announce the winner and 2 runners up. For those who couldn’t make it
The winner of our “local Produce Scarf competition” is:
1st runner up:
2nd runner up:
Judging these scarves was not an easy task. Student did an excellent job executing their ideas into scarf design, you’re all winners in our eyes.
Scarves are now on sale at Limelight Gallery in Central, Sydney.
After some time deliberating over the beautiful print submissions we had to choose our winner and 2 runner ups. What we were looking for was a overall repeating print with unique elements that would translate well into their overall collection designs. Students quickly realised that when digitally printing even a pixel can make a difference, here are our winners.
The Winner is:
We chose Sarah Smith’s design as the winner for her unique hand drawn designs, inspired by the crusades.
1st Runner up is:
We loved the collage of texture displayed on Malani Biasetto’s repeating print. We thought it was a great way to display an array of prints inspired by Morrocan tiles
2nd Runner up is:
Jacqueline Wongs repeat came in 2nd runner up for using an image of a shipwreck inspired by a nautical theme into a textured all over print.
Along with our competition with TAFE we were also asked to contribute to the 2nd year Fashion Design capsule ranges.
We wanted students to build on their knowledge about printing and how to get a print to repeat. We gave students colour palettes to work with and asked that they design a repeat print to go with their collection.We received 22 submissions which we had the very difficult task of choosing the winner and 2 runners up. Here are the 22 designs, which are your favourites?
Gemma Della Bosco
Wan Li Li
Last week Digital Fabrics was asked by St George TAFE to exhibit the scarves their students designed for a competition for us.
For those who couldn’t make it we took the liberty of photographing our space for all to see. What do you think?
You Design We Print
Digital Fabrics Exhibition at the MUSE, ULTIMO
Printed scarves on show
printed samples table
wall of printed scarves
We are kicking off this week with images from our scarf photo-shoot in which we tried to capture an amazing scarfs that were designed by fashion students from St George TAFE for our “Local Produce” woman’s scarf SS14 competition.
Here we go: model our Barbara Brayovic, photographer Maria Tanygina and you are be the judge.
All scarfs were printed and made at Digital Fabrics.