A summer for primitive prints

With their light-hearted cheerfulness, all manner of primitive, quasi-childish designs are breathing new life into the customary summer festival of florals.

By Adrien Mollet Published on 06 July 2016 Share

With their light-hearted cheerfulness, all manner of primitive, quasi-childish designs are breathing new life into the customary summer festival of florals. The motifs suggest paint strokes, freehand outlines, spots and abstract shapes and feature a palette of natural and mineral colors. The look of Fifties Vallauris surrealism, previously out of favor, has made a big.

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