Mazzo

Jeroen Vinken developed his curtain collection using a computer-operated jacquard weaving machine – a technique which makes it possible to weave complicated fabrics. His starting point was one pattern, a colourful flower design, from which he created seven motifs by stretching, distorting, substituting or altering the colour of the original. All the designs are realized using only four colours of yarn, which are combined into a kaleidoscope of 190 tints, displaying varieties of intensity and brightness. Even though some of the flowers are distorted beyond recognition, the link between all of the designs remains evident.

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