Simple shapes, when deconstructed, can create surprising effects. Here, the simplest shape of all, the circle, is separated into four quarters. The choice of glaze colour (or no glaze) determines the contrast between shape and background and the quarters can be brought back together to be whole again or be left incomplete. The rhythm of a pattern can be disrupted by one break in the sequence.
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Round windows, tall buildings uses the QC1 tile from our Quarter Circle range in a sort of semi-regular, semi-irregular pattern to hint at lines of windows in a tall building.
As with all our designs, you can choose to mix in tiles from other ranges, such are the Sunrise SR2 tile. This design, called No fly-posting, does just that, adding in ALL1 all-over printed tiles for good measure. The somewhat chaotic combination of tiles with the hint of order suggests peeling posters on an urban wall.
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