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Patternbank spotted these incredible transformed cardboard pieces by German street artist EVOL. These stencils statements show great attention to detail, depicting light and shadow that transforms surfaces of consumer packaging into fascinating, seemingly multi-dimensional pieces of art.
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Llew Mejia usually spends his time as a fashion and textile designer producing designs for brands such as Adidas, Reebok and Anthropologie but these designs include a series of wallpapers created for Astek Inc. with the idea of bringing the outdoors in. Llew's travels backward and forward betwee[...]
Patternbank love the sheer scale and intensity of John McAllister’s paintings from the collection "Tides must Exalt” which showed at the James Fuentes Gallery in New York in April 2014. The paintings depict both interior spaces and outdoor scenes where the colour hues have been turned right up t[...]
Tribal meets the streets in these pattern rich artworks by Texan artist Terry Hays. These pieces ranging from scavenged tree roots to intricately cut wall mounted boards are a riot of pattern and texture. With stylised flames licking at graffiti tags and Aboriginal marks combining with tattoo im[...]
Oregon based illustrator and designer Katie Daisy understands The Language of Flowers and appreciates nature, it’s in her soul as are many of her other favourite pastimes which she lists as professional daydreamer, lover of all things rural, songbirds, stargazing, love poems, hiking, mornings an[...]
Patternbank were honoured to be invited to pin to Tate Modern’s Pinterest board - Pattern Power, a celebration of pattern in art coinciding with a major exhibition of Sonia Delaunay’s work. You can check out Patternbank on Pinterest here. This first UK retrospective of Sonia Delaunay at Tate Moder[...]