January 15, 2010

Yet another gem in the New York Public Library digital collections are the textile designs and drawings of E.A. Seguy. Absolutely stunning in their use of color, shape, pattern! Don’t you just want to wallpaper your house in this? I’m not even loving the bugs or butterflies that much, but I’m still so blown away by the colors!


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  1. » Time Travel Tuesday — Pochoir on December 13, 2011 at 7:13 am

    [...] in the image. Fash­ion plates, post­cards, and book plates were all printed using this method. E.A. Seguy’s incred­i­ble tex­tile designs and but­ter­fly and insect pat­terns are some great exam­ples [...]

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