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1. (WO2019046740) TEXTILE SUBSTRATE WITH VISUAL COMPONENTS
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CLAIMS

What is claimed is:

1. A textile substrate having a textile substrate surface and at least a first area, the textile substrate comprising: a first ink layer positioned overtop the textile substrate surface at the first area of the textile substrate, the first ink layer comprising a first ink layer surface distal to the textile substrate surface, the first ink layer comprising a first visual component; a second ink layer positioned overtop at least a portion of the first ink layer surface, the second ink layer comprising a second ink layer top surface distal to the first ink layer surface, a second ink layer bottom surface opposite the second ink layer top surface, and a second visual component; and a third ink layer positioned overtop the second ink layer top surface, the third ink layer comprising a third visual component that masks the second visual component when the textile substrate is viewed from a first angle, wherein a visibility of the second visual component changes when the textile substrate is viewed from an angle that is different than the first angle.

2. The textile substrate of claim 1, wherein the second ink layer further comprises a plurality of discrete members arranged throughout the first area in a linear pattern.

3. The textile substrate of claim 2, wherein each of the discrete members of the plurality of discrete members comprises one or more exterior sides extending between the second ink layer bottom surface and the second ink layer top surface.

4. The textile substrate of claim 3, wherein the second visual component of the second ink layer comprises one or more color components at the one or more exterior sides.

5. The textile substrate of claim 4, wherein the third visual component of the third ink layer is configured to visually match the first visual component of the first ink layer.

6. The textile substrate of claim 1, wherein the second ink layer further comprises at least one discrete member arranged throughout the first area of the textile substrate.

7. The textile substrate of claim 6, wherein each of the discrete members of the at least one discrete member comprises one or more exterior sides extending between the second ink layer bottom surface and the second ink layer top surface.

8. The textile substrate of claim 7, wherein the second visual component of the second ink layer comprises one or more color components at the one or more exterior sides.

9. The textile substrate of claim 8, wherein the second visual component is collectively formed by an arrangement of the at least one discrete member throughout the first area of the textile substrate and the one or more exterior sides of the at least one discrete member.

10. A method of printing a textile substrate, the method comprising: providing a textile substrate having a textile substrate surface and at least a first area; applying a first printed layer over the textile substrate surface at the first area of the textile substrate, the first printed layer comprising a first visual component; applying a second printed layer over at least a portion of a surface of the first printed layer distal to the textile substrate surface, the second printed layer comprising one or more layers of ink and a second visual component; and applying a third printed layer over a surface of the second printed layer distal to the first printed layer, the third printed layer comprising a third visual component that masks the second visual component of the second printed layer when the textile substrate is viewed from a first angle, wherein the application of the third printed layer causes a visibility of the second visual component to change when the textile substrate is viewed from an angle that is different than the first angle.

11. The method of claim 10 further comprising, subsequent to the application of the first printed layer, the second printed layer, or the third printed layer, at least partially curing one or more the first printed layer, the second printed layer, and the third printed layer.

12. The method of claim 10, wherein the third visual component of the third printed layer is configured to visually match the first visual component of the first printed layer.

13. The method of claim 10, wherein the third printed layer is applied via a digital direct printing technique.

14. The method of claim 10, wherein the second printed layer comprises one or more layers of high density ink.

15. The method of claim 14, wherein the second printed layer comprises one or more discrete members, wherein each of the discrete members comprises one or more exterior sides extending away from the first printed layer.

16. The method of claim 15, wherein the second visual component of the second printed layer comprises on or more color components at each of the one or more exterior sides of the one or more discrete members.

17. The method of claim 10, wherein the application of the second printed layer comprises applying the second printed layer as one or more discrete members arranged in a linear pattern throughout the first area of the textile substrate.

18. The method of claim 10, wherein the application of the second printed layer comprises applying the second printed layer as at least one discrete member arranged throughout the first area of the textile substrate.

19. A textile substrate having a textile substrate surface and at least a first area and a second area, the textile substrate comprising: a first ink layer positioned overtop the textile substrate surface at the first area of the textile substrate and at the second area of the textile substrate, the first ink layer comprising a first visual component at the first area of the textile substrate and a second visual component at the second area of the textile substrate; a second ink layer positioned overtop the first ink layer at the first area of the textile substrate and at the second area of the textile substrate, the second ink layer comprising a third visual component; and a third ink layer positioned overtop the second ink layer at the first area of the textile substrate and at the second area of the textile substrate, the third layer comprising a fourth visual component at the first area of the textile substrate and a fifth visual component at the second area of the textile substrate, wherein the fourth visual component is configured to visually match the first visual component of the first ink layer and the fifth visual component is configured to visually match the second visual component of the first ink layer, wherein, from a first angle, the fourth visual component and the fifth visual component of the third ink layer obstruct a visibility of the third visual component of the second ink layer.

20. The textile substrate of claim 19, wherein, from a different second angle, the third visual component of the second ink layer is visible.