Photo: Studio ME, Porto Alegre, Brazil Model: Taís König
Africa Hamsa Tibet Nefertiti
Tibor Reich, a designer who uses nature to inspire his designs for fabrics and pottery.
The footwear brand Di Cristalli hired me to develop some prints to be applied in some models.
Pattern print for a dress by Ursula Beltrame. Detail of laser cutting drawing. Photo: Tiago Capelini, Studio ME Model: Taís König
This is very sensitive. Everything can really change from whatever is influencing. Sometimes this can be consciously when seeking references. But other times these references appear without being able to predict. It doesn’t matter....
Very cool to see my work featured in the Italian blog Patternprints Journal! Thank you, Bárbara!
Some microscopic structures are actually quite complex. The exercise of submitting forms in the direction of simplification, reveals certain primary forms. And the subversion of natural colors by solid shades, gives a new starting...
The “first man-made biological leaf” could enable humans to colonise space from Dezeen on Vimeo.