Feel like a 1920s gangster in modern pinstriping.
- bekah hilleson
Soo Sunny Park weaves an amazing tapestry of ever-changing lights using chain link fence and plexiglass. the large pieces are then installed in an organic manner depending on how they interact with the space and each other. The results are magical!
Peter Pilotto’s womeswear collections are always bursting with colorful and energetic prints. So, it was fun to discover Sabine Egler’s site which revealed her involvement in the design process. Working alongside Pilotto and Christopher De Vos for four seasons, Egler created prints in numerous styles from futuristic interpretations to over-scale florals. She has since moved on to Topshop whose print heavy wares will keep her talented eye busy. See more of her work in our ebook, Pattern Design and Beyond or online here.
Commissioned by the Southbank Centre for its summer Festival of Love, the Temple of Agape boldly professes love in neon flare! The temple, designed by Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan, is a sculptural collection of large hand-painted signs professing words of love. In the spirit of the event the typographic wonderland provides a place for reflection and joy. “The Temple stands proud like a peacock with its giant Martin Luther King quote, expressing the power of love to the world,” say Myerscough and Morgan. “Inside its heart is calm and dappled with light for contemplating complex emotions, a place that can transform with Love expressed within.”
A fortunate dose of grassy green and ornamental gold.
Shweshwe is to South Africa as tartan is to Scotland. Though the prints above are not achieved with the same technique of using acid discharge on rollers, they borrow the intricate geometric patterns for which Shweshwe is so well known.
- bekah hilleson
Known for his illustrative design style, Pierre Marie creates detailed drawings and branding for a long list of clients such a Mélodie Wolf, Yazbukey, Sonia Rykiel, Issey Miyake, Diptyque, and most recently, Hermès. Based in Paris, Pierre Marie looks to ornate and narrative imagery for inspiration while also citing folklore and animated films as influences.
Romanian based artist Georgiana Paraschiv has a way with color! Her bright abstract art pieces transport the viewer to a textured, exotic world full of playful color. And now, not only can her art prints grace the walls of your home, they are now also available printed on pillows, duvet covers, clocks, iPhone covers…and the list goes on and on.