I love this photo that I found on Supermarket (a great website where designers can show their work!). The photos shows a beautiful linen wall panel created by three sheets 2 the wind, a design and manufacturing studio located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Designer and owner, Jenny Sauer’s work is influenced by the skeletal structure of plant life. Screens are made from hand painted images, then placed personally by Sauer. The process allows for inconsistencies that give each piece a unique look, embracing the one-of-a-kind aesthetic that is characteristic of Sauer’s designs. The end result embodies the Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi, a viewpoint embracing the beauty in all things imperfect and incomplete.
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