Dot To Dot

Mid-century inspired pattern

Dot To Dot Wallpaper

Mid-century inspired pattern

Dot To Dot Swatch

This is a further extension of the work that I have been doing on small-scale pattern use to produce a textured feel to a wallcovering.

I have, in fact, changed the scale again to make this less of a texture and more of a definite pattern in order to provide a wall with a strong horizontal component which runs across the room taking the eye out to the window and to the view beyond. The pattern is an unusual design using mid-century colours and indistinct shapes.

I have included with my Flickr page a close-up which shows the design a little more clearly and importantly shows it the way that it would look to someone standing perhaps three or four feet from the wall.

I was pleased with the look of the wall and, although not exactly a texture, the wall does exhibit textural properties and it does have the same sort of appearance as brick or block would have which I personally find very attractive.

You can, should you wish, also see larger versions of this and my other work on my Flickr page which is here.

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

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