129 x 178 x 10mm
Pop Patterns showcases Warhol's influence on commercial design in the 1970s, when soup cans, lipsticks, and even men's haircuts graced dress fabrics and wallpapers. A short introduction to the book puts the patterns in context. This series celebrates the V+A's status as a source of inspiration for designers, reflecting the unique breadth and depth of a collection that represents over 3000 years of objects from all over the world. This lovely volume makes an attractive gift but is also a valuable source of ideas for designers of all kinds. Each book comes with a free CD of the images inside, which can be redrawn or reworked. Commercial designers looking to license patterns and inivididual motifs from the collection can use this book as a starting point for research..