Find out how The London Embroidery Studio made this happen
Find out how long time Wilcom user The London Embroidery Studio created the embroidered frames for the amazing one-minute World Cup 2018 animated trailer by BBC Creative.
6 tips for creating high quality school blazer badges
Erich Campbell shares some useful tips on how you can make your embroidery badge business more profitable.
Their history, philosophy and insights into what makes their business sustainable and a great success
Paul Conrad, current manager and grandson of founder shares insight into how their successful and sustainable business grew and evolved into the operation that supplies embroidered patches to NASA, the White House and pop superstars like Snoop Dogg and Bruno Mars
We chatted to digitizer Mai Huynh about how she translated the graphics into striking embroidery
Read about the digitizing process that translated the intricate feathers graphic design we showcased in Part 1 into striking machine embroidery.
Inspirations, past and future
Ciara’s striking and innovative ways of combining textiles and embroidery made her work stand out among all the other talented exhibitors. Now Wilcom is a proud sponsor of this young emerging textile artist and embroiderer.
Graphic Designer, Emma Lawton takes us behind the scenes
Read about the creative process that resulted in the amazingly intricate feathers design used in the striking marketing material for the EmbroideryStudio e4 embroidery software suite.
Elliot Schultz is a 23 year old animator from Canberra, Australia. He is a graduate of the ANU School of Art and has also studied at the Rhode Island School of Design. Elliot has been working in web design for the past 6 years and has recently combined his passion for digital media with embroidery. View his creation, “Embroidered Zoetrope” below and keep reading to learn more and get inspired by this latest young talent!
Game of Thrones is one of the most talked about television series running and has millions across the world enraptured. Known for its large-scale, epic production, the show is a cinematic masterpiece. From the characters to the plot to the special effects, the show takes viewers on a visual journey- which is why we love it so much!
Bold designs and embroidered pieces are currently having their moment in the sun! However 'maximalism', as we call it, comes with a twist this time around. The sharp, neat designs inspired by minimalist artists have yet to completely fade away, and what we're seeing now is a modern hybrid of the two- a kind of measured and neat maximalism (which can be achieved perfectly with strategic embroidery!)
5 Tips to get your embroidery business off to a great start in 2015!
Don't let fancy DiY designs bamboozle you any longer, these Christmas shapes are quick and easy enough to create for everybody! We'll show you how to get these personalized, festive designs in just a few simple steps
Angelina Jolie’s wedding dress certainly turned heads last month and whether people love it or hate it (and there have definitely been strong opinions from both sides!) there is no denying its originality. In case you haven’t already heard, the entire back-half of Angelina’s wedding dress and veil were embroidered with artwork that was crafted by her children. Take a look at some of the images from People and Hello! Magazine below and keep reading for more information about the look and what you need to achieve it on your own!