The name Teheran, as well as the small flowers, indicates that the print is an interpretation of a Persian carpet. Teheran was designed in the 1940s. - Textile Teheran, Linen 315, Teheran, White, Josef Frank
Fabric of life: Josef Frank's joyous textile designs – in pictures
Viennese architect and furniture designer Josef Frank fled from the Nazis to Sweden – and began creating dizzyingly colourful fabrics
@cassiott on Instagram: “Very excited about my upcoming show ✨Antidotes✨ opening September 8 from 6-9 pm @argusgallery in Buffalo. -- In an atmosphere where news…”
163 Likes, 12 Comments - @cassiott on Instagram: “Very excited about my upcoming show ✨Antidotes✨ opening September 8 from 6-9 pm @argusgallery in…”
Les Dormeurs Cécile Giovannini is an illustrator living and working in Martigny, Switzerland. Les Dormeurs, which is “The Sleepers” in French, is an introspective series depicting solitary subjects in...
Seamlessly Blending into Backgrounds
Lima, Peru-born artist Cecilia Paredes might just remind you of the female version of modern-day magician Liu Bolin. Working with her assistants, she