Hyperflat is a survey of Jeannie Thib’s extensive investigation into ornamental motifs. Thib’s work borrows decorative patterns from textiles and domestic surfaces, reconstitutes them through operations of cutting and piling, and reinvents them with magnification, repetition and excision. In doing so, the artist translates historical designs into contemporary industrial materials and extends them into three-dimensional, sculptural forms.
metallic marble wallpaper from Calico
Yayoi Kusama <3
小 kosaji 匙
JAPANESE STYLE CUTLERY : EDA / KEN OKUMURA DESIGN
patternprints journal: PRINTS, PATTERNS, TEXTURES AND TEXTILE SURFACES FROM MENSWEAR S/S 2016 COLLECTIONS / MILANO CATWALKS Neil Barrett