Hello I’m Stephen Rose, the face behind Now Design. I’m a passionate creative who is always immersed in popular culture whether that be fashion, design or music.
In this fast paced world it is vital to stay current and trend aware and that projects are completed on time – something I pride myself on. My design style is very much influenced by popular culture, music and urban fashion trends creating a modern ‘graphic’ style. Always trend aware and constantly researching I’m always seeking out new fashion print trends and the latest fabric stylings.
I hope you enjoy browsing through the site and that my #fashionprintpassion shines through!
Showcasing a modern, stylish and commercial approach to fashion and graphic design, I provide a creative, innovative and efficient freelance service for fashion print design.
I’m a specialist in fashion graphics but also design for print. All designs are tailored specifically to meet the client’s brief and each project is given the utmost committment.
Now Design is a fully reliable, cost effective and confidential solution for fashion print design.
On the high street.
Fashion prints created by Now Design have been sold through many high street retailers both in the United Kingdom and Europe.
After working in several design agencies I decided to channel my creativity into my own freelance design service and so Now Design was born in 1998.
Initially working closely with Heatseal Textiles (Mark and Julian Werth who went on to form WGSN) Now Design has grown through word of mouth and over the past twenty years my work has been featured on many high profile original and licensed garments
It always has been, and always will be,
Putting value back into creative talent.
As well as working as a freelance print designer I am also co-founder of GraphicModa.com the new online marketplace for exclusive digital fashion prints.
The concept was born out of frustration from using faceless stock image sites. We wanted to create an environment where it would be possible to exhibit and sell your fashion print designs and also to address the frustrations encountered as buyers of digital images. We wanted somewhere that felt inclusive where people weren’t just another ‘contributor’ adding profit to a business model… somewhere that would make you feel part of a community and for your work to have value reflecting the time and effort spent creating it.
“Help each other and we all get up the ladder”