Christie van der Haak - Celebrating Patterns
|Author||A. Crucq; J. Hövelings; Y. Oordijk; P. Peters|
|Publisher||Jap Sam Books|
Dutch designer and visual artist Christie van der Haak is happiest when she is drawing and can lose herself in the thousands of options for making a pattern. “If I ever get Alzheimer’s,” she once said, “I would only need a table, a pencil, and a sheet of paper.” Van der Haak started her career as a painter and later began designing fabrics that can function as autonomous artworks, but can also be used as upholstery, wall coverings, tablecloths, facade accents, and more. ‘Celebrating Patterns’ gathers a overview of her recent installations, commissions, and exhibitions in a dazzling and extraordinary collection of numerous full-page patterns, plus street views and interior photographs.
|286 p, ills colour, 25 x 31 cm, pb, English|
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