Memphis sounds like a perfectly normal name for a design movement. If it had been founded in the United States. But it wasn't. Instead, a few whimsical Italian furniture designers were listening to Bob Dylan when the name suddenly clicked — and it has certainly stuck. So what is this Memphis Design style that seems to be popping up everywhere, and where did it come from?
Set of 8 memphis patterns in geometric elements. Pattern in hipster, memphis style. Pattern is suitable for posters, postcards, fabric or wrapping paper, fashion, shirt, cover, icons, banners, stamps, pencil, print, fabric, books.
Memphis Patterns. Above, left to right, top to bottom: Michele De Lucchi, “Fantastic,” 1981; Ettore Sottsass, “Rete 2,” 1983; Michele De Lucchi, “Traumatic,” 1983; Michele De Lucchi, “Micidial,” 1981; Ettore Sottsass, “Serpente,” 1979; Ettore Sottsass, “Lamiera,” 1983; Christoph Radl, “Isole,” 1982; Michael Podgorschek, “Argilla,” 1982.