Continuing to explore surface design for built space, this concept is more angular and uniform than my previous concept. It avoids the feeling of rigidity because of the playful, semi-random addition of thinner stripes (or wires).
This idea started out where some of the best ones seem to—on an envelope. Here’s the quick sketch I did. I was on a housecleaning tear and didn’t dare lose my momentum, so I jotted down the basics and got back to work.
Next, something fluid—possibly floral.
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