Really liking this nondirectional pattern design from Japanese brand, Tricoté. This line series is printed randomly so that each item will look different. The pattern is printed on recycled leather and made into various items such as coin cases, mini wallets, book covers and leather files. The available colors are mint and gray and can be purchased at Kinarino Mall. Unfortunately, they do not sell or ship internationally but we posted this pattern for its inspirational impact.
Images: Courtesy of Tricoté and Kinarino Mall, Japan.
One of our favorite project as graphic designers is to create surface pattern designs. The patterns shown above are the works of Takuya Tada, designer, director and surface pattern designer for Turbo Pattern and Design. The artist is based in Osaka, Japan. After working at a design office, he worked at a trading company for design and direction centered on space production graphics. He also worked as a pattern designer making patterns for 1500 days in a row and this year started activities as Turbo Pattern & Design.
We have an affinity for surface designs so we just had to share these costumed women series created by Indra Dugar. The artist was born in Jiagunj, West Bengal in 1918 and died in 1989 in Kolkata. He did not have any formal education in art, unlike his eminent artist father, Hirachand Dugar. His art techniques and practices was acquired from his father without going through any academic routine. This gave him a rare individuality that distinguished him from other artists. Besides his woman series he has also created landscapes both of which were usually created en plain air.