Urban Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

Seattle-born, Brooklyn-based Dan Funderburgh is an artist, illustrator and designer whose pattern work fuses traditional tropes with unusual elements, like this Central Park-inspired damask wallpaper for Flavor Paper.

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

Chinatown toile [reminiscent of the Harlem toile by Sheila Bridges and Glasgow toile by Timorous Beasties]:

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

Farmer’s Market wallpaper:

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

An illustration for Dwell magazine:

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

For Brooks England, a bicycle seat with a hammered topo map:

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

Weather map camo for Gravis Luggage:

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

Patterns by Dan Funderburgh

For more examples of Funderburgh’s work, check out his portfolio, and also his awesome Tumblr.

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