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This picture represents repetition in the Principles of Design. Although the design is simple, the picture appears complex because of the exact similarity and precise positions of the lights. The lights seem as if they go on forever and ever.

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AD Classics: Gamble House / Greene & Greene

David Chipperfield / Barcelona

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from Patternbank

Junko Oki - Woky Shoten

((Junko Oki Woky Shoten inspiration)) What pieces of amazing magic!!!! I am fascinated by each one of these.......strong colors, unique stitchery, done lovingly by hand.....Fabulous!

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Junko Oki - Woky Shoten

Japanese textile artist Junko Oki calls her work ‘Woky Shoten’ meaning ‘free movement of the line to make a simple repetition of work’.

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Two Cranes Japanese Asian Fabric Noren Panel

Two Cranes Japanese Asian Fabric Noren Panel by JapanesqueAccents, $25.00

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Tiffany, London

This window display conveys balance and harmony by means of repetition and consistancy (principle of design)

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from Telegraph.co.uk

On the Move: Visualising Action at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art

On the Move: Visualising Action at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art - Telegraph

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The Arc Gallery

junko oki [lemon] Japanese textile artist Junko Oki calls her work ‘Woky Shoten’ meaning ‘free movement of the line to make a simple repetition of work’. Her intricate embroideries have a worn vintage quality with layers of meticulous stitch work creating pathways and pattern.

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:) In the rhythm of the needles, there is music for the soul. To me, this means…

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from Berry

Bits of art found around the interweb (30 photos)

Mark Making Artist is very controlled and instead of having a mean to the drawing it seems like it was to explore different type of mark and how it can feel depending on the technique

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