Dsg_02_1981
Dsg_05_memphis_198
Dsg_07_1982
Dsg_08_memphis_1982
Dsg_09_memphis_1982
Dsg_11_1982
Dsg_13_memphis_1983
Dsg_15_1982
Dsg_19_memphis_1982
Dsg_20_1982
Dsg_21_memphis_1983
Dsg_24_1984
Dsg_26_1984
Dsg_54_1984
Dsg_57_1984
Dsg_58_1984
Dsg_59_1984
Dsg_60_1984
Dsg_63_1984

Work / Graphic Design

Nathalie du Pasquier

As part of the Memphis collective (led by Ettore Sottsass), Nathalie du Pasquier designed surfaces – textiles and carpets – plus furniture and objects that have the synonymous visual patois of the early 1980s and that famous group of designers. Her motifs, repeated indeterminably and in whatever colour she saw fit was a welcome antidote to the day’s “good taste.” In retrospect, her patterns are still pleasingly, happily irreverent while also sitting quite nicely into a fashionably late embracing of all things post-modern.