Petri dish design patterns – PRINT Magazine

There are some graphic tropes that begin as stylistic manifestations representative of the progressive arts of their time. Then it is adopted and becomes part of everyday design. That’s what Australian designer and illustrator Harry Roberts did to become the queen of Aussie Art Deco. Roberts was not unknown in the United States, but her print and textile designs were valued below.

the housewhich is an Australian mix of House and garden And Vanity Fair, was a petri dish for viral patterns of that period. The examples below reveal Roberts’ inspiration and its derivatives from Futurism, Vorticism, and Constructivism.

Harry Roberts, 1927 Metaphor of dynamic geometry, bright colors and overay oll engerg
E. McKnight Cover, 1926.
Fortunato DePiro, 1950.
Steinberg Brothers, 1927.
Yoko Tadanori

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