Wrapping paper used in the shop of the Lebanese furniture designer Nada Debs. The two-coloured design refers back to ornaments mostly mosques and faiences are known for. The designer plays with the heritage of "Islamic Art" but "de-Islamizes" it by putting it into knew design contexts and pairing it with the simplicity of Japanese furniture design. This appropriation of patterns rather identified as Islamic is part of a larger non-Islamic graphic design trend in Lebanon and elsewhere.
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- Date :05/04/2017