Pattern Design : Mariela Diaz

https://us.marimekko.com/fabric/kaivo-hw-cotton-fabric-063003-001 This design is from a collection of fabric. It can be use for table cloths, curtains, and cloths.  It Kaivo Hw fabric.

https://us.marimekko.com/fabric/kaivo-hw-cotton-fabric-063003-001
This design is from a collection of fabric. It can be use for table cloths, curtains, and cloths.
It Kaivo Hw fabric.

http://www.theshallowtree.com/ON-REPEAT  This patterns were hand draw with pens. All the drawings and patterns that are made by Peter-John de Villiers.

http://www.theshallowtree.com/ON-REPEAT
This patterns were hand draw with pens. All the drawings and patterns that are made by Peter-John de Villiers.

I decided to use this to design/ patterns because both of them deal with curve in their patterns but in different ways. In the first image the design is more simple and seems more Geometric because it has symmetric feel to it. If i cut the image/ the pattern in half vertically or horizontal it will be the same. It seem like was made by a machine. This pattern has points ( dots)  going through the middle. This image has has a dots. black and white lines curved repeated three times going down the image. This image compared to the other doesn’t play with scale or orientation of the pattern. In this design the artist designed to use regular patterns compared to the second image that the artist used some type of irregular forces.

The second image/ pattern I decided to use has a lot of curves and swirls in the design  but it was drawn by a human hand . It has a more organic feel because when you look at the pattern it has a smooth like wind pattern. The pattern was repeated through out the image but the scale of the repetition is different and as well the type of patterns use to make the swirls. Even though this pattern doesn’t play with color it didn’t make different scales of leave patterns on the cloths. It also change the orientation of the swirls.

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