Who is behind the scenes?
RMJ Textile & Print Studio is based on the beautiful West Wales coastline. Creatively directing and designing commercially successful trend & print concepts the studio uses research techniques based on current affairs, trends, catwalks to guide the studio designers to be competitive, individual and innovative for prints needed today, The studio is always striving to stand out from the crowd and to create unique and inspiring prints. We love designs which have subliminal meanings and our stories incorporate ideals which seek to reconnect and reunite us with nature.
RMJ Print Studio has a wealth of experience in design development and will be constantly updating and showcasing 2 collections per year in London, Paris and New York. Roseanna and her team of local designers have created a distinctive eclectic first collection. She was very proud to have premiered our Welsh community design studio and our beautiful prints, some inspired by the stunning Welsh surroundings, in Paris. It was an inspiring experience and delighted to have created new contacts and received so many amazing and positive comments. We have acquired contacts in places such as Denmark, India, Portugal, Italy and France.
Our team of designers, artists and sales persons have a many years of experience within the fashion industry, having studied at Swansea, Royal College, London College of Printing, London College of Fashion and Manchester. Throughout the years we have experience of working with a wide variety of companies and designers.
What do we do?
The studio creates artwork for the apparel and interior market, using a combination of traditional and experimental contemporary artistic techniques and mixing it with deep trend research. Each design is created by hand through a variety of media such as drawing, painting, mark making, collage, and photography. Each piece of art has meaning creating a connection with its audience.
We are able to work on client specific ideas or artworks and turn them into repeat patterns or placement prints ready for your end print requirements. The artwork is then scanned in at a high resolution, coloured, meticulously cleaned, cut out and transformed into a exquisitely designed digital textile print, in repeat ready for print. The samples are shown printed on silk.
We can supply digital files in layers where possible, with a flattened print ready repeat tile. The studio is happy to collaborate on projects bringing you deep research techniques and trend awareness, to ultimately provide patterns which are individual and distinctive.
We are able to work on a bespoke basis covering:
Pattern Repeats and Motif creation
JPG flat image manipulation
File Recolouring, Colour Reduction/indexing and separation
Vector or Bitmap creation or manipulation
File preparation for printers
Craft and Textile knowledge
Fabric and printing experience
Passion for Design and Experimentation
Textile and Print Classes
We also run short courses in Photoshop for Textile Designers and machine knitting.
Copyright Roseanna Maria Jiggins / RMJ Textile & Print Studio 2018 – prints may not be copied or reproduced without permission. Please email your interest to
BA (Hons) 1st Class Contemporary Textiles 2012
MA (Distinction) Contemporary Dialogues – Textiles 2017
Its Josh not Gok Fashion Show 2018
London and New York Fashion Weeks 2016, 2017, 2018
Winner Elephtheria Surface Pattern
Runner Up National Woolen Mill Competition
Short Listed Filofax Cover Story Competition
Worked On Alice Kettle’s Garden of England project
Selected for Organic Wool Wales project
Worked @ National Lighting Company for Laura Ashley, John Lewis, B&Q as Product/Shade Designer
Freelance Designer @ NoNameDesign Agency
Notting Hill Design Fair
Selected for curated Kekacase portfolio
Selected for curated Perry Nelville portfolio
Product and Print Designer for National Lighting Company
Selected for Britains Makers 2014
Selected for Noise Exhibition 2014
Worked On Alice Kettles Exhibition piece for Unravelled Uppark House
Selected for Patternbanks new online initiative
Shortlisted twice for Tigerprint competitions
Part-time Art Tutor – working with Autistic Adults
Art Tutor for Adult Education Sector
Brighton Fashion Week AW15
Hotel Brand Textile Surface Pattern Development
Included in Pattern Peoples Top Pattern Designers online book
Winner British Gas – Hive – surface pattern competition
We are advocates for Children in Need and The Autism Society, having worked in nursing and teaching adults and children from all walks of life..