Updated: Aug 17, 2021
"Lisbon Facade" is a very good example of a design that provides multiple application options, depending on level of zoom and positioning. This is a strategy I've been employing more and more lately, making the canvases bigger to allow for more detailed views at an acceptable level of resolution. I'm also making a conscious effort to produce patterns that are more subdued, through either palette, form, or both. That means designs that are more monochromatic and/or use a more subtle pattern. This one has a lively, stuttered angularity and also a flatness that I think works very well.
Source photo, taken in Lisbon in 2005.
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