Memphis Design – Freedom From Redundancy

This week our featured collection is the funky and wild Memphis Design.

The Memphis Design phenomenon moonwalked it’s way into our lives in 1981 and peaked by 1987. Memphis included some of our most intense and creative combinations, including, geometrics, bright and often opposing colors, laminates and neon. Memphis represents freedom from redundancy and encourages us to have fun.

Throw Pillows – “Flange – memphis inspired pop art retro throwback 1980s neon style art print decor hipster socal” by wackadesigns, “Missy – 80s Retro, Throwback Memphis Inspired Design” by charlottewinter, and “Memphis candy.” by Elena Belokrinitski

Tote Bags – “80s pop retro pattern 2″ by mikath, “ABSTRACT 4″ by Matthew Taylor Wilson, and “1980s Abstract Pattern” by craftylemon

A-line Dresses and Leggings – “Modern geometric pattern Memphis patterns inspired” by InovArtS, “Memphis” by OutsideFate, and “Party Shapes” by zoey philippou

Tapestries – “Memphis Pattern Black and White” by junkydotcom, “Memphis Triangles” by Orce Vasilev, and “Memphis Sky 1” by Iveta Angelova

Did you find this collection as fun as we did? Share your personal favorites and your own designs in the comments below.

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Jen Durant

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