A humorous toile de jouy pattern by illustrator Alex Petrowsky who says the drawings are intended to “subtly comment on the way humans, specifically ‘First World’ society interacts with nature and each other. Drawing conceptual inspiration from Greek mythology and 18th Century fabric design, it tells a story of ignorance, hubris, and recklessness that so often defines our species”. Have a look at some of the individual drawings from the pattern below!
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