Designing with patterns and typography to generate textures has always been an intuitive process for me. I explore a wide range of hues and colors to create depth, define surfaces, and introduce an element of three-dimensionality within the space. Each project is an exploration of how different shades and tones interact to form intricate visual layers.

When I work with these patterns, I often find that a sense of motion, or kineticism, emerges naturally. This dynamic quality isn't something I consciously aim for; rather, it unfolds spontaneously, almost magically, as the design develops. The interaction of colors and shapes creates a vibrant energy that brings the design to life, adding an unexpected and captivating dimension to the overall composition.