Seamless pattern of waves in black ink poster
An abstract illustration of wave-shaped seamless pattern. The waves made from curves in black ink paint brushes. The poster, therefore, evokes curiosity in viewers.
An abstract illustration created by a lot of black wave-shaped paintbrushes in a seamless pattern. Waves are disturbances that carry energy as they move. These are all curves lines that looks the same.
Seamless pattern, which is one where every element within a design (no matter how often it’s repeated) combines to form a whole, is popular in fabric printing. However, it can be applied in a variety of designs.
The drive to recognize and form patterns can be a spur to curiosity, discovery and experimentation throughout life. Many artists, from Leonardo da Vinci to M.C. Escher, have purposefully looked for familiar patterns in wood grain, stone walls, stains, clouds, even man-made objects. Da Vinci found this “Way of Stimulating and Arousing the Mind to Various Inventions” so invaluable that he applied it not only visually, as a means of inventing landscape or battle scenes, but in musical matters as well.
The poster, thus, creates a visual effect and evokes wonder and curiosity in viewers.