Jonas Wood’s paintings are fabulously colorful and patterned depictions of life that frequently contain art within art. Wood often begins by collaging photographs he’s taken, creating composite scenes that defy the limitations of a single eye or camera.
Drawings made from these collages become both studies for paintings and standalone works, while paintings often appear again in later paintings that depict the architecture in which they have been hung. In one instance, one painting depicts a bright and tropical patterned scene, which is then depicted as the bold bedspread in another painting’s bedroom.
Layers upon layers of patterns and details combine to create a look at daily life that is both realistic and yet stylized, creating a “visual analogue to the multiple, unpredictable, and constantly evolving ways in which memory reconstructs the past.” Click here for more info. Images via T Magazine.
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Shayna Kulik is the founder and editor of Pattern Pulp which tracks ideas and emerging trends that expose, celebrate, share and connect pattern design across all creative platforms. She is also a New York-based designer. Read more at Pattern Pulp.