Surface Design: Squares and wires (another perforated panel)
By Penina Finger On June 9, 2014 · 2 Comments · In Creative Process, Design for Surfaces, Pattern Design, Surface Design
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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Ha! I actually think I should have toned down the saturation.
Hmmm. Liked this perf panel design – would have liked to see image behind moved a bit more to the left tho 🙂