Daniella Trigo started designing when she was ten years old, making dresses for barbie dolls from her mom's fabric remnants. Later, she traveled to London to study Print Design for Fashion at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. There she discovered her passion for textile printing, especially silk-screening.
She loves to mix traditional screen printing with contemporary processes to make all-over prints. She develops ideas through visual experimentations to arrive at organic-geometric patterns.
Her work has been featured in FRENTE, Hotbook, TRAMA Magazine, Directory of Mexican Design and Complete Guide to Customising Your Clothes: Techniques & Tutorials for Personalising Your Wardrobe. She was also in the 7TH Biennial in Mexican Design in 2014.
Yema is a screen printing label created by Daniella Trigo, focused on making products informed by the actual mechanisms of hand screen printing as well as by innovative print design. Daniella Trigo Studio is her line of art prints and includes risographs and screen prints.