Trove presents iO, an alternative take on an old favorite

New York, N.Y.--Trove, an ingenious design company known for its unique nature-inspired products, gives new perspective to a classic pattern, the much-loved cherry blossom, with iO, a stunning new design from the New York City company. Having previous experience with custom-designed cherry blossom patterns (for Nobu Restaurants and W Hotel in San Francisco), Trove’s design team decided to try a different approach for iO. The pattern captures the joyful feelings that are attached to the bursts of color that announce the arrival of spring.

 

Described by Trove’s design team as an “explosion on paper”, iO gives the illusion that one is standing below an abundance of overlapping branches that are all exploding with colorful flowers on a blissful day. iO brilliantly achieves a bold visual contrast by layering photographs within photographs and blending monochromatic shadows and vivid blazes of color.

Dimensions:
12 feet (height) x 3 feet (width)
Press Contact:
Elisa E. Lyew, BDE
T: 212-353-1383
E: [email protected]

 

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