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Photo courtesy of Matt Shlian. WAVE (detail), from Process Series paper . Photo by Cullen Stephenson. Ara paper Photo courtesy of Matt Shlian. Artist and.


Beige Natura Rug

Inspired by the rings in an old growth tree, this elegant design brings the tones and elegance of the natural world into the home. Note: Shedding is common with new wool rugs and will diminish over time.


A rope has tactile texture because you can physically touch the grooves between the twisted strands. Although, a picture of a rope only has visual texture. (unless you are physically holding a print of the picture of rope)

pleated paper installation "Column" by Richard Sweeney

Lines + circular shapes = organic geometry and great movement This incredibly beautiful pleated paper installation titled Column is Richard Sweeney’s latest creation

3D pattern

patches of parameterized spheres varied and iterated with corresponding informational graphics.in other words, really neato swirly black and white lines.

Patterns in the tree trunk as texture for modern home decor inspiration. View more inspirations at http://www.brabbu.com/en/inspiration-and-ideas/category/materials/wood #moodboard #textures #wood

Textura ✞When through the woods, and forest glades I wander, And hear the birds sing sweetly in the trees.

Matt Shlian: The Unconventional Artist and Paper Engineer | FLOAT (detail), from Process Series 2, 2013; paper 8  x 11 x 1/2 inches. Photo by Cullen Stephenson.

Matt Shlian: The Unconventional Artist and Paper Engineer Talks to

Matthew Shlian: FLOAT (detail), from Process Series paper 8 x 11 x inches. Photo by Cullen Stephenson.

Negro + Blanco + Formas

Love the concept of large slabs of this black marble with matt black or deep charcoal cabinetry.and a white marble or coloured floor Black


Lithos Design is reinventing feature walls and flooring made of natural stone and marble for the interior design world. Industrial stone design made in Italy.

Tennessee-based artist Charles Clary knows a thing or two about patience as evidenced by his structural paper creations reminiscent of biological formations or topographical maps. In creating a new piece Clary can work for up to 12 hours a day cutting each thin layer in his delic

laughingsquid: “ Layered Cut Paper Sculptures Inspired by Nature ” Paper cut art is so fantastical.

yellowtrace:  Phenomenon by Tokujin Yoshioka for Mutina.

CERAMIC, NOT CONCRETE Tokujin Yoshioka has produced a new tile system for Italian ceramics manufacturer Mutina. The Phenomenon collection comprises of "snow," "honey-comb," and "rain," each based on the irregular textures found in nature.

future landscapes (2007) x rowan mersh

Fabric Manipulation - moulded bubble textures with a striped fabric; innovative textiles surface effects // Rowan Mersh