Here we are it’s number three in our collaboration with oki ni! This time set designer Sarah Parker has cast her well-trained eye upon some more of the clothing company’s finest picks and magicked them into a spectacular geometric scribble-fest of an arrangement.
Sarah cites the strong lines and symmetry of graphic design and certain optical illusions as some of her strongest influences and says that the inspiration for this brief came “from a recollection of my old art lessons at school as a child where we were tasked with creating different textures and doing ‘mark making’ using charcoal and graphite sticks. I wanted to create some playful environments that had a distinctly hand made feel but also retained some of the simple graphic aesthetic I really love.” Check out the rest of her fantastic work over on her website.
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