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Printful teams up with Patternbank

Over 500 new print-ready designs available via new partnership.

7th March 2022

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Charlotte, NC, USA


Print on demand company Printful, of Charlotte, North Carolina, has officially partnered with London-based Patternbank, a global pattern-design marketplace that has worked with top apparel brands such as Marks and Spencer, Nike and Urban Outfitters. Through the partnership, Printful customers will be able to use more than 500 brand-new patterns for the products they sell.

Patternbank offers thousands of carefully curated designs of every style, including trending 2022 Chinese Zodiac Tiger patterns and abstract floral prints. It aims to empower designers to actively stay ahead of the fast-moving design industry and its dedicated trends team continuously analyzes global cultural trends in order to provide relevant designs to customers.

“We’re excited to be partnering with Patternbank,” said Agnese Bite, head of design at Printful. “Its designs cover a wide range of patterns, including florals, tropicals, geometrics – all great for customers wanting to make new designs for our all-over print products. We’re also happy these patterns will make it easier for customers to create relevant product designs that follow global trends,”

“Patternbank is excited to be partnering with Printful and sees a huge potential in the fast-growing print-on-demand industry,” added Andrew Limbert, Patternbank co-founder, and director. “Printful’s high-quality selection of over 300 products and intuitive designs tools are a perfect match for our selection of all-over textile designs.”

The new designs will be available under the Premium Images tab in Printful’s Design Maker. The pricing for the new patterns will remain the same as other premium designs at $1 per design use and placement.

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