I am a big fan of patterns formed by unpredictable processes because, after coming from the highly controlled world of architecture, I like a designer who wants to collaborate with a force that they can't completely control. In this case the conditions (for example pigment/paper/textile/location/weather forecast) are set by the designer Anna Badur, but a natural force (the wind) is required to complete the design meaning that the end product has a mysterious and unique quality. All images are from her website.
From her website: "The textile is made by blue pigments that are blown over wet fabric, resulting in unique patterns. Badur embraces the uncontrollable, only taming the process enough to capture an imprint. In this way, the end result is directly determined by the process."
The wallpaper below was a project for Anthropologie.