The inspiration behind Karoline’s collection comes from her fascination with the sea, in particular corals. She wanted to study the free-flowing shapes, textures and vibrant colours and capture the qualities in a variety of methods and mediums. The technical aspect of re-creating these forms through a knitted medium found numerous challenges. From primary research Karoline transformed ordinary materials into complex and unexpected knitted pieces by combining yarns such as elastic and…
The furthest I can trace this mysterious pattern dead-ends where it appears as the background of a site that I hate, in the relentlessly upscale trendiness of http://www.wetheurban.com/t... where it provides a border for e.g. crap-art from Prada.
Sea Urchin shells. I didn't know where to pin this. I love the look of these shells, you could probably just frame them as a print or get someone to print it on cotton, cover with vinyl and use as a tablecloth?
Chvrches- Clearest Blue I like the idea of the straight edge shapes and the repetitive nature of the design, I think this links well to the song genre. I could create my own through Lino print and make sure it tiles exactly perfectly.
SHIFTING SHAPES Soft cut-and-paste shapes / Midtones combine with graphic black and white / Subtle noise comes from interwoven overlays / Screenprint textures and poster-style graphics / Letters diffuse and disperse their way through the print / Fine lines sketched on top