Just Keep It Up
Repetitive movement to create recognizable flow.
Repeating movement can draw both the artist and the viewer into more structure resulting in a sense of stability. Consistent patterns are comforting because one knows what will come next. This action is reliable and playful at the same time. Using the “z” stroke, as an example, can create an entire waterway with movement by simply repeating the strokes while layering them.
The Chinese invented the first wallpaper in 200 BC using repetitive patterning. Later in the twenty-century, artists such as Andy Warhol produced wallpaper designs. Now, in a modern technological world, we use the term wallpaper to indicate the background.
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