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Helen Abson

Helen Abson, who trained as an architect, is an Australian designer. She pursued architecture for five years; founded ZAB Design where she designed fabrics that exhibited a preoccupation for texture achieved through pattern and colour.Read More →

John Rodriquez Wall Hanging

John Rodriquez became well known for his textile designs in the early 1950’s. He introduced a unique Australian Style. Read More →

Chevron Pattern

The word chevron comes from the French word chevron, which means rafter or gable. Although there is no definition to prevent freedom in its shape, the chevron’s angle is most commonly between 60 and 70 degrees. Read More →

Kelmscott Press

Morris believed his responsibility was “to revive a sense of beauty in home life, to restore the dignity of art to household decoration.Read More →

La Biche au Bois by Jules Cheret

Jules Cheret was a French painter and lithographer who became a master of Belle Époque poster art. He has been called the father of the modern poster.Read More →

Necker Cube

The Necker cube illustrates how the eye can reach two conclusions. The two squares in the Necker cube can be perceived as either the front or the rear surface of the cube. Read More →

Geometric Wallpaper

Modern geometric wallpapers give a light-hearted air to the living room, bedroom or guest room. Choosing a classy geometric wallpaper in black, blue, and silver looks great in a bathroom. Wallpaper adds a dimension that a plain coat of paint cannot. Rooms without a lot of soft surfaces – dining rooms and bathrooms, for example, wallpapers add a softness and a layering effect.Read More →

Owen Jones Persian Designs

In 1856 Owen Jones released the book The Grammar of Ornament in which he presented a compilation of visual languages ​​adopted by the most diverse cultures – made from the author’s explorations in places such as Greece, Egypt, Constantinople and India.Read More →

blue sky ocean

Colour Blue has always been my favourite colour.  Apparently, I am in good company asRead More →