The new online collaborative Print All Over Me makes it possible for both designers and shoppers to lend their unique prints to PAOM’s fashionable white blank merchandise, which includes nylon bomber jackets, leggings, shift dresses, backpacks, curtains, pillows, linen throws and more.
On Print All Over Me users can upload any type of artwork and instantly watch it become a one-of-a-kind, custom design. From a cozy sweatshirt with a picture of your cat or favorite piece of modern art on it, or charm with a thoughtful, personalized present.
The project has been such a success that they had recently also launched an interior design pop-up at their Sight Unseen OFFSITE office.
For the this project, the hand-selected fantastic young illustrators to create clothing graphics while also pairing illustrators with some of their favorite furniture designers. The pop-up would provide visitors with the same “place for discovery and experimentation as the webiste”.
The event hosted new works by dozens of young creatives as well as like-minded established names.
Print All Over Me seems to understand the new direction of where fashion and interior design is going; a combination of unique, personal, yet affordable craft.
Many of the pieces displayed at PAOM declares its intention to ‘make the internet real’, and has come a long way towards achieving this goal by gathering such an eclectic collection of artists.
The democratic format proves that you don’t have to be Proenza Schouler to translate Tumblr inspiration into a product you can touch.
It’s an addictive platform for a generation that gravitates towards experiences that blend the online and offline worlds.
The e-commerce site Print All Over Me will continue showcasing the exclusive line of furniture fashion and luxury rugs.