Air Pollution Urban Patterns

Revealing a Message Through Time - Making the Invisible Visible

This decorative surface proposed for an inner city, reacts to its environment by trapping carbon particulates a bi product released from combustion engines. Affectively becoming a conversational instrument, the tiled patterned surface would reveal over time, trapping traces of pollution from the environment of which it is situated. 

                                                              ...Offering a Place to Reflect,

More abstract in style, the patterns are eye catching and developed to become more interactive to the user through the use of a key they can inspect and identify them on a more personal level. Each atom pattern corresponds with the pollutants that cause negative affects on different areas of the body, such as Lead (Pb) with neurological problems and Carbon Monoxide (CO) on breathing.

The break down of such information communicates the situation of air pollution in a more humanised way, raising questions about the effect on ones health.

 

'Trend Bible Loves' - New Designers 2014.

 

Shortlisted for Sky Advertising Award New Designers 2014.

 

Responsive Tiled Mural

Responsive Tile Mural Air Pollution
Responsive Tile Mural Air Pollution
Responsive Tile Mural Air Pollution
Responsive Tile Mural Air Pollution
Responsive Tile Mural Air Pollution

Responsive Tiled Bench

Jack Durling Responsive Tiled Bench
Jack Durling Responsive Tiled Bench
Jack Durling Responsive Tiled Bench
Jack Durling Responsive Tiled Bench
Jack Durling Responsive Tiled Bench
Jack Durling Responsive Tiled Bench
Air Pollution Urban Textile Patterns

Air Pollution Urban Textile Patterns

Jack Durling. Air Pollution Urban Textile Pattern. Repetitive Pattern Illustrations. Interior Cushions.

Air Pollution Urban Textile Patterns

Air Pollution Urban Textile Patterns

Jack Durling. Air Pollution Urban Textile Pattern. Repetitive Pattern Illustrations. Interior Cushions.

Air Pollution Urban Textile Patterns

Air Pollution Urban Textile Patterns

Jack Durling. Air Pollution Urban Textile Pattern. Repetitive Pattern Illustrations. Interior Cushions.

Observational Pattern Series

Brighton, United Kingdom

Email: jackdurling1992@gmail.com

 

Mob: +44 (0) 7748649680

 

Tel: 01273 674511

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Responsive Tile Mural Air Pollution

Jack Durling, Tile Mural concept. Revealing a message through time. Raising conversation surrounding air pollution and its effect on ones health through the trapping carbon particulates. Atom Patterned Brain, Lungs and Heart. Accumulative dust Brighton city surface.