Psaroudaki explored saturation and tonality in the pattern, mostly because while she was designing it, she found herself noticing all the artificial light while returning home late at night from the 3-D production studio where she was working. “I found the sight calming,” she says. “I referred to the flickering neon lights and shop signs on empty commercial streets that were bustling with life during the day.”
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Psaroudaki explored saturation and tonality in the pattern, mostly because while she was designing it, she found herself noticing all the artificial light while returning home late at night from the 3-D production studio where she was working. “I found the sight calming,” she says. “I referred to the flickering neon lights and shop signs on empty commercial streets that were bustling with life during the day.”