William Morris Horror Vacui

Bringing William Morris into the present was achieved by utilizing modern color imagery that was desaturated along with a modern nineteenth century layout. To update the designers original fifteenth century inspired work, varying tones, not color, were add to give the strictly woodblock black patters a wider visual verity, common in contemporary design.

William Morris horror vacui mock up 1 of 2 by Andrew McConville.
William Morris horror vacui mock up 1 of 2.
William Morris horror vacui mock up 2 of 2 by Andrew McConville.
William Morris horror vacui mock up 2 of 2.
William Morris horror vacui close up by Andrew McConville.
William Morris horror vacui close up.

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