(Cloned:2016-05-09) Indigenous Design

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Susan Redman added this to Meet the Aboriginal Women Forging a New Design Identity6 Jul 2016

Floodplain platters showing parent platter with two children. Photo by Penny Evans Evans speaks for many when she says that being of Aboriginal heritage offers advantages when working in contemporary design. “We are connected to the oldest and most continuous culture in the world,” she says. “Our traditional designs are distinctive in a general way, but are also highly individualised as well. Innovation is always occurring in live cultural practices, and Aboriginal Australia is extremely diverse in design and art output, whether from remote camps or urban centres.”

What Houzzers are commenting on:

aliceclass added this to Design5 Sep 2016

Evans combines these influences with a playful retro “Aboriginalia” souvenir style of ceramics that was popular in Australia in the 1950s and ’60s to develop her own evolving graphic style.

sianember added this to others30 Jul 2016

more fantastic, great colour, shape & pattern

Es Huiting added this to es_huiting's ideas24 Jul 2016

The patterning and general design through the use of neutrals.