Yayoi Kasuma, Japan’s 90-year-old queen of pattern, would say dots are fun. She’s spent a long career designing clothing, fabric, paintings and rooms that vibrate with dots.
Pompom lion. Rasta lion. Joana Vascoucelos’ lion in white crochet. And more.
Emilie Floge—seamstress extraordinaire and Klimt’s life companion—sewed the mosaic-inspired dresses his models wore. Adele Bloch-Bauer is wearing one in this 1907 portrait.
Venice street art. Shoulder tattoo. Graffiti flowers. And more.
The Borges family of woodcut artists like to illuminate the rays of the sun with a block of assertive color.
Romanian artist Cristian Marianciuc carefully folded a tiny new paper crane every day for 1000 days.