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Moving Wallpaper-Digital Interactive Projections.

By Andrew Richardson

Abstract

Moving Wallpaper is an computational generative and reactive piece of work which comes from a desire to apply the ethos and design sensibilities of the Arts and Crafts movement within the context of contemporary design. Inspired by the elegant patterns, forms and structure of the Willow and Jasmine wallpaper designs of William Morris, the Moving Wallpaper project seeks to create digital ‘wallpaper’ which introduces the elegance, beauty and humanity of Arts and Crafts design into digital programming-based work. The static forms of traditional wallpaper pattern is translated into the reactive ever-evolving patterns which respond to their external environment

Topics: sub_arthistory, sub_graphicdesign
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:sure.sunderland.ac.uk:2230
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