A new wave of textiles is coming to the suburbs of San Francisco, where the city is known for its hipster enclaves.
As part of a new exhibit, textiles designer Ben Fine designed textiles that are reminiscent of the early 20th century and its associated styles of design.
The result is a collection of retro-inspired patterns and silhouettes that are often mistaken for early 20s artworks.
Fine has been in the business of designing clothes for a while, but the exhibition reflects his passion for the 20th-century aesthetic.
The exhibition also features textiles from China, the Middle East, and the U.S. There are also two pieces from Japan, as well as a few prints that are inspired by local design trends.
In the future, Fine said, the project will expand to other cities and regions around the world.
[H/T Ars Technic]