Ted Kaye reporting on PFA’s last meeting in VexTab #49:
David Koski is experimenting with repeating designs derived from flag images, using various transformative algorithms. Every one is based on a component of the full flag. Here are examples based on the United States flag. David has also developed versions based on the Union Jack and the flag of the city of Portland.
He shared these designs at the November meeting. They might be used for wrapping paper or other similar decorative purposes. PFA members applauded his creativity and urged him to pursue marketing the concept. Wouldn’t it sell well in Chicago, for example?