You can’t get much more mid-century than this material: this is a pattern that is straight out of the 1950s.

This is based and inspired by the patterns coming from the new school of artists working in the early years after the war. There was hope for a better future and a desire for experimentation and change and many designs like this found their way out as material, wallpaper and onto other surfaces.

I have to say that this is a pattern I enjoyed making and so there may be more of them to come! It looks good in a variety of roles and so I thought it best to show it as a length of material – as a curtain if you want. To create a better impression of the overall pattern this is a high resolution image that has been resized.

The pattern was created in Xara Designer and rendered and assembled at high resolution in the fabulous Shade 3D program.


About Mike
I design and create 3D interiors and mid-century inspired surface patterns

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