These eye-popping patterns are created by lots and lots of people

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Art on Monday 5 January 2015

From far away they look like colourful patterns of red, white, black, blue, and green. But get a little closer and you’ll be blown away-these patterns are made from crowds of people. Created by artist Zhang Bojun, this project took almost seven years to complete.

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Colourful patterned knitted sweaters by Annie Larson

Danielle Buerli Reader Find

By Danielle Buerli in New Fashion on Thursday 12 September 2013

I have a collection of sweaters that I look forward to wearing when the weather gets cooler. Sometimes I indulge myself in browsing for more. Annie Larson’s knits have been on my list for a while. Her colourful patterned sweaters are simply awesome.

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Bright colours and patterns by Peaches and Keen

Ben Ashton-Bell Reader Find

By Ben Ashton-Bell in New Art on Tuesday 8 May 2012

Peaches and Keen. How can you pass up that name, serving up a feast of bright colours, patterns and quirky details to tantalise your eyeballs.

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Tsang Kin Wah’s words of art

Chiang Lup Hong Reader Find

By Chiang Lup Hong in New Art on Wednesday 11 April 2012

Hong Kong-based artist, Tsang Kin Wah, creates intricate textures and flowery patterns composed of words. Foul words and obscene materials are regular features in his works. Despite the nature of his subjects, his work manages to preserve its beauty and elegance. I particularly like his color schemes, similar to those of Chinese ceramics.

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