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Macro Curtain

Year: 2007
Manufacturer: Almedahls

I'm used to working with three-dimensional objects, so how could I use my skills to dream up a two-dimensional surface? Taking my inspiration from cells and macro images of bones, I created an organic, repeating pattern. By combining traditional screen printing techniques using shadows and burnout printing, a three-dimensional effect was achieved. Macro is available in several different colours, where each colour refers to something different. Macro brings organic shapes into different settings, a curtain like this breathes life and depth into flat surfaces. There are two different rugs in the same series, where the transparent surfaces have been replaced by black to create depth.