Graphic Design Trends 2013: Pocket Prints

Funky patterns on T-shirt breast pockets is a popular graphic design trend according to Stylesight. The “Pocket Prints” graphic design trend was spotted in leading streetwear, skate and surfing apparel brands at the Agenda, London Edge, Bright and Outdoor Retailer trade shows this year.

“Pockets take center stage with contrasting allover prints,” states the trend forecast and analysis company in its Active Trade Show Wrap: Prints & Graphics S/S 14 report.

Design elements that define this trend include:

  • Varying prints from classic camouflage to tropical patterns
  • Florals, from sweet ditsies to dark, romantic blooms
  • Brightly colored pockets are the focus, replacing conventional T-shirt graphics

See examples below:

2013 Graphic Design Trends: Pocket Prints

Graphic design trends 2013: Pocket Prints on T-shirts according to Stylesight.

Graphic design trends 2013: Pocket Prints on T-shirts according to Stylesight.

Above: 1 Gray floral pocket print T-shirt by Smooth Sailing Clothing Co. //  2 Men crew neck pocket short sleeve T-shirts by Uniqlo // 3 Vapro men’s T-Shirt via ElevenParis.com // 4 Contrast pocket T-shirt by Jackthreads // 5 Apparel graphic design concept for “Avid” brand by FIDM Graphic Design Student Brian Flores

With access to reports from leading trend forecast and analysis companies at the FIDM Library, one of the largest specialized fashion libraries in the United States, students earning their graphic design and digital media degrees at FIDM stay current with upcoming trends for fashion, color, graphics design and more.

Read more 2013 graphic design trend reports here.

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Author: Mani O'Brien

Mani O’Brien is the Online Editor for the FIDMDigitalArts Blog and the Social Media Marketing Manager for FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. She earned her bachelor of arts degree in print journalism from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communications at Arizona State University in 2006, and Associate of Arts degree in Graphic Design (Professional Designation) at FIDM in 2010. When she’s not brainstorming social media marketing ideas or writing about the graphic design and digital media, she enjoys practicing yoga, reading magazines, and hanging out with friends and family in Los Angeles.

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