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008    080320s2007    enka   erb    000 0 eng d 
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019 1  43353412 
020    1856695050|q(pbk.) 
020    9781856695053|q(pbk.) 
035    (OCoLC)271059686 
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040    SALS|beng|cSALS|dAUC 
050 14 NK1530 
082 04 745.4|222 
100 1  Cole, Drusilla. 
245 10 Patterns :|bnew surface design /|cDrusilla Cole. 
260    London :|bLaurence King,|c2007. 
300    240 p. :|bill. (chiefly col.) ;|c24 cm. 
500    Includes index. 
504    Bibliography: p. 240. 
505 1  Introduction -- 1. Conversational patterns -- 2. Abstract 
       patterns -- 3. Retro patterns -- 4. Geometric patterns -- 
       5. Organic patterns -- List of contributing artists and 
       designers -- Bibliography. 
520 1  "This book is a collection of a number of contemporary 
       surface patterns created between 2000 and 2005 by 
       designers and artists from many different cultures and 
       backgrounds. The patterns have been achieved by a number 
       of techniques, which include drawing, painting, collage, 
       embroidery, applique, hand dyeing and screen printing. 
       Many of the designs have been digitally manipulated. As 
       this was a project facilitated almost entirely by e-mail 
       and digitalized images, this is not surprising. What has 
       been surprising is the range and variety of initiating 
       ideas, as outlined by the artists themselves. These run 
       from 'Mary Poppins Dissected' to 'The Cornish Seascape' to
       'Chaos Theory'. Included are the artists' own comments on 
       their inspiration and content wherever possible. The 
       patterns themselves have been chosen subjectively for 
       their perceived qualities of beauty and balance, their use
       of colour and overall aesthetic appeal. They have been 
       grouped into families following a contemporary 
       understanding of the traditional surface design 
       categories."--BOOK JACKET. 
650  0 Decoration and ornament|xThemes, motives. 
650  0 Screen process printing|xPatterns. 
650  0 Embroidery|xPatterns. 
650  0 Graphic arts|xPatterns. 
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