Market Collection: Neocon
Bradley L Bowers works in many mediums, from paper twisted and scrunched into lanterns lo clay turned into delicate vessels. He's also a dab hard at digital media and surface design. To wit, his new line for Wolf-Gordon, Chromalis: a heady exploration of visual depth and movement. The series was influenced by Bowers's varied interests - art, gardening, thermodynamics. Among the choices is Borealis, the collection's sole Type II vinyl wallcovering, its glowy gradients inspired by change (the only constant).
Bowers programmed computer algorithms to generate intersecting line work for Phantom, a Supreen woven polyester upholstery inspired by moire. Graffito, in the same fiber references dual art traditions: spray-painted street art and Impressionist pointillism. Each mesmerizing offering comes in four rich colorways.
"I like to challenge the need for uniformity within patterning. while still understanding the importance of balancing a design" - Bradley Bowers