Curator’s Picks


Interiors | Tessellated Inspiration

Instagram photographer Mehrdad Rasoulifard, takes his followers on a journey through the mosques of Iran. Part eye candy, part history lesson, his feed chronicles the gorgeous and complex patterns present on the ceilings of these ancient structures. It's a compelling journey that leaves you waiting excitedly for his next post! – Julie Rose

Mono Mix Print Trend

Scarf style geometric prints get an update with this monochromatic mixed trend taken from the Resort 2017 collections. Try chopping, piecing, or playing with scale to create drama between elements. The use of two colors helps simplify the pattern while at the same time making a bold statement. We're loving Fendi's patched geometric prints which loosely reference optical effects from previous seasons. The simple forms are

Art | Julia Dault

Julia Dault is a fine artist, showing at a major NY art gallery and with permanent collections at some major hard hitting museums. But her work dips into our world of surface design in its focus on pattern and layered surfaces. She uses objects like rubber combs and squeegees to create a more standardized mark making, and employs a process of

Danielle Kroll

Danielle Kroll started her career in the art department at Anthropologie. Now living in Brooklyn, Kroll spends her time creating illustrations, ceramics, paintings, and textiles which take inspiration from her childhood, long neighborhood walks, and art museums. Her whimsical hand, reminiscent of Warhol's style from the 1950s, aims to bring a little brightness to your day. Kroll can be found
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