Arkky here, the woman behind PaperOn Design. My love of pattern world comes from discovering keshigomu hanko or the arts of eraser stamp carving that leads to block-printing fabrics.
From block printing, then I learn how to do pattern repeats digitally and went to the Make It In Design summer school program to learn more about the surface pattern design world.
PaperOn Design is a multi-medium design practice, I work with watercolor, printmaking, and digital illustration with procreate, or Adobe Illustrator. Inspired by the movement found in nature, PaperOn Design works mostly filled with flora and fauna.
Paperon Design's clients are mostly small business owner such as MLK Batik, Susan Villatoro for Babies cloth diaper line.