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WELCOME TO MY (virtual) STUDIO.

My name is Hope Johnson
I’m a surface pattern designer, homebody, and gumbo of creative spirits.


ALL WORK ON THE SITE IS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE (yay) AND OPEN TO COLLABORATIONS AND ART LICENSING
let’s work together


surface pattern design by HOPE johnson
surface pattern design by HOPE johnson
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Hope Johnson surface and textile pattern designer
 

MY WORK:

I create artwork and patterns (draw, paint, design, print) for products and spaces. Although my love is for pattern and illustration, I’m happy to take on collaborative projects.

Some of my favorite patterns began as an unintentional paint-sesh with my little ones. I’d like to think my work is a combination of sophisticated color schemes, yet whimsical motions of the hand - where imperfection is both perfect and appreciated.

WHAT INSPIRES ME:

I’m inspired my the home and the spaces that surround me. I was torn between so many majors in college (architecture, interior design, landscape architecture …I landed in fine art and printmaking).

So it’s only natural that I’m influenced so greatly by my surroundings and the aesthetic energy that is created from those surroundings.

THINGS I TEACH:

Proud Skillshare Teacher! I’m a mix of creative spirits and entrepreneurial adventures. I began my journey as a letterpress printer and stationery designer …and I take what I’ve learned and teach all that goodness on Skillshare and workbooks. Learn more here.


Noteworthy Tid-Bits:

-I’m a red head (I’m part of 2% of the redhead population, so it’s noteworthy)
-For fun, I print artwork on my 90-something year old letterpress named Marlin
-I am a retired fine-art wedding stationery designer and once published a wedding planner
-I’m a wife, mama, and creative mix of spirits

 

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Hope Johnson is a surface pattern designer and illustrator from Louisiana. Her love for the home and her native surroundings greatly influence her work and her passions. She’s a letterpress printer by trade and you’ll find her printmaking roots in her work. Her biggest inspirations derive from the ebb and flow of life - old meets new, muted meets vibrant, traditional meets whimsical.

 

 

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