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The Brand Liaison Colors in 2021 Design and Color Trend Report

The report identifies six specific new trends in art and design, contains images of product and artwork.

The Brand Liaison has released its new 2021 Design and Color Trend Report, which identifies six specific new trends in art and design, contains images of product and artwork from a variety of sources and concludes with a prediction for the 2021 Color of Year,

Over the past several months The Brand Liaison staff, along with executive editor Debra Valencia, have been conducting extensive research among trend researchers, tastemakers, retailers, manufacturers and artists to identify significant design and color trends for the upcoming year. 

Valencia is an author, artist, art instructor and licensing industry veteran who has licensed her artwork over the past 14 years, including fabric, greeting cards, stationery, back to school, fashion accessories, bath/beauty, tabletop and bedding programs. Her artwork has adorned thousands of products sold at Walmart, Michaels, TJ Maxx, CVS, QVC and Amazon, among dozens of other retailers. She is also the author of 10 craft books featuring her designs on sewing, embroidery and coloring.

“We always try to share information and provide valuable insight, but this Trend Report is beyond our expectations,” says Steven Heller, president, Brand Liaison. “Debra Valencia is so knowledgeable and worked with so many resources to gather this information and did a great job presenting it all in one place, in one concise and simple report.  This will be the first of an annual tradition.”  

The Brand Liaison 2021 Preview Trend Report is available for free by registering at the
Trend Report registration page.

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