The Artistic Portraits Pattern Trend for Menswear

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Different expression techniques of the designer endow the portraits with different soul. In the latest S/S 2020 series of MSGM, simple hand-drawn figures have hilarious facial expressions, showing the slight fashion sense. Designers of Moschino wear Picasso’s classic paintings in S/S 2020 show. The abstract figures, color blocks and texts make a strong visual impact, very unique and fashionable.

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Hand-drawn figures and texts are like doodles which record thoughts and jotting of the painter. Hilarious facial expressions and movements bring a relaxing and leisurely visual feeling. This kind of pattern can be printed and embroidered.

Hand-drawn Figures and Texts

Seemingly casual brushwork expresses the gesture exaggeratedly. The minimalist style requires exquisite skills to express the gesture and mood of the figure. Letters strengthen the expressive sense of patterns. When added with brushwork, the pattern shows an artistic feeling.

Abstract Figures

Figures in illustrations have exaggerated facial expressions, pretty humorous and funny. Illustration normally implies the reflection or irony of the reality. Good illustrations can resonate with people and highlight their individuality.

Illustration-style Figures

Picasso-style illustrations express abstract figures with geometric color blocks, which have strong visual appeal of colors and exaggerated gestures. Abstract figures are put in the photo frame to pay tribute to classics. Scattering geometric color blocks and doodled texts are used to alleviate and simplify the vision.

Abstract Figures of Picasso Style

 

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