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Code-Patterned Scarves Tell A Story About New York Neighborhoods [Pics]

Code-Patterned Scarves Tell A Story About New York Neighborhoods [Pics]
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The Brooklyn Block creates the pattern for their products by taking videos of various locations.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 27 november 2013

The designers and creators behind fashion retailer The Brooklyn Block take videos of various Brooklyn neighborhoods and then process the videos in code to generate the colorful abstract patterns seen on their products.

The Brooklyn Block scarves reflect the specific patterns generated from the films shot in the different locations. Each scarf represents the various colors, layers, and textures of a particular neighborhood.

With this unique process, the company’s products are able to tell a story in their own way.

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View more images of the patterns and scarves in the gallery below.

 

The Brooklyn Block

Source: DesignMilk

Images: DesignMilkThe Brooklyn Block

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