The publication is thought of as a catalogue — each fabric having its own number, to help navigating the book. For each entry, a close-up on the design is displayed full bleed, implying the endless quality of its pattern. The text layout gives as much room as possible for any reference image, giving a great insight in the artist’s sketchbooks or later catalogue shots of the styled fabric.
For Yale Publishing, we worked on the very first publication devoted to the textile designs of Andy Warhol, showcasing a rarely discussed aspect of the Pop Art superstar’s career. The book is a colourful celebration of the creative and playful patterns once imagined by the artist.