Have you ever noticed how many objects, more or less small, appear in a movie or in an episode of a TV series? Elements that often, in their simplicity, become the symbol of a story, recognizable among thousands others. They certainly didn’t go unnoticed by the attentive eye of Dan Lehman, who began to draw them and transform them into wonderful patterns.
Dan Lehman is an artist and designer originally from Boulder, a city in Colorado where he still lives and works today, who between one commissioned work and another enjoys drawing all the small details of the films and using them to create breathtaking patterns that on Spoonflower can be purchased in the form of fabrics.
This project was born when it was released in Wes Anderson‘s Grand Budapest Hotel cinemas and Dan was impressed by the beauty and props, from the small boxes of Mendl’s to the sweets they hid inside them. So, once he arrived home after the screening he started redesigning them on his Moleskine.
Given the result obtained with this film, it is not surprising that Dan Lehman decided to turn the other films of the American director into patterns.
Luckily for us, Dan’s interest is not limited to the big screen, which is why after tackling some of Wes Anderson’s masterpieces he dedicated himself to one of the most talked about TV series of recent times, Stranger Things.
Visit Dan Lehman’s website to discover all the patterns and if you’re not a film and television lover don’t despair, among his creations you’ll surely find one that’s right for you!