Camp Collective is the work of two designers, Teresa Barry and Joan Herlinger who originally met online while taking an online art class. They debuted their work at Surtex 2017 in New York. This year they will be at Blueprint Show 2, May 20-22, 2018.

Teresa's and Joan's work is available for licensing and category buyouts in many markets including: home decor, apparel, gift, paper products, fabric, kids' product and more.


Surface Designer and Illustrator, Joan Herlinger was born in Sydney, Australia, but has been based in San Francisco for over 20 years where she has worked as a Designer and Illustrator, focussed mainly on web and mobile design. In the last two years she has returned to developing her passion for pattern making. Her style is bold, playful and colorful. Joan works in a variety of media, including felt and embroidery, watercolor, watercolor marker, gouache, acrylic and oil paint as well as digital media. She also hand sews felt toys based on her original designs. She was recently featured in an article about offline work of online designers in Communication Arts magazine. Joan is a graduate of the University of New South Wales, Australia in painting. Joan sometimes teaches classes to children and adults at the Museum of Craft and Design in San Francisco. See her work at: www.joanherlinger.com


Surface Pattern Designer and Illustrator. Teresa has been a maker and artist for as long as she can remember. Some of her earliest memories are of going to quilting bees with her grandmother, and helping her mom pick fabrics for sewing and upholstery projects. Teresa developed a passion for beautiful design and vivid color. Always one to jump at the chance to learn a new skill or art technique, Teresa enrolled in a repeat pattern making class a few years ago and discovered the world of surface pattern design. She knew immediately she had found her “thing”. Since then, she spends her time observing the world for new pattern inspiration, sketching, painting and working digitally to create new patterns and illustrations. She’s happiest working with playful patterns and exuberant and exuberant colors that express her appreciation for the beauty that surrounds us every day.

See her work at: www.gloryBdesign.com