Pattern Pulp

Friday Quick Links!




  1. 1. Amazing textile art from Nike Schroeder via designboom
  2. 2. These blue trees are an incredibly striking installation in the Vancouver Biennale via Poppytalk
  3. 3. Kristine Moran’s vibrant paintings are filled with life via My Love For You
  4. 4. Fantastic “written portraits” created for Dutch Book Week by Souverein via inspirefirst
  5. 5. Paper scraps stand in for pixels in Nathalie Boutté’s collages via Journel Du Design
  6. 6. Gorgeous illustrations from Alexey Kurbatov via The Audacity of Color
  7. 7. Loving Coralie Bickford-Smith’s book covers for the Great Food series via design*sponge
  8. 8. Interview with Jason Cesani of textile and wallpaper company Prinlink Studio via The Design Files
  9. 9. Yuuki Cyan’s whimsical rosy-cheeked, doll-faced illustrations via Sweet Station
  10. 10. A table that doubles as a sketchpad via For Breakfast
  11. 11. 1960’s pharmaceutical ads– if only their modern counterparts were as interesting via Aqua-Velvet
  12. 12. Beautifully delicate thread sculptures by Dorie Millerson via CMYBacon

Compiled by Emily Gup

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