I love how the simple shading and positioning of the shapes brings an elevation to the borders. It is a simple way of giving off a distinct feel. While the simple coloring and shading gives off the texture, I think trying this with color would make it even better.
Memphis Patterns. Above, left to right, top to bottom: Michele De Lucchi, “Fantastic,” 1981; Ettore Sottsass, “Rete 2,” 1983; Michele De Lucchi, “Traumatic,” 1983; Michele De Lucchi, “Micidial,” 1981; Ettore Sottsass, “Serpente,” 1979; Ettore Sottsass, “Lamiera,” 1983; Christoph Radl, “Isole,” 1982; Michael Podgorschek, “Argilla,” 1982.
Mark making experiment I repined this simply because of the mark making itself. I feel that this mark is very strong as I uses only one medium, however it manages to portray different shades, hues and thickness. The translucent element of the mark itself also adds depth to it.