Searle, Karen
January 1995
Surface Design Journal;Winter95, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the life and works of freelance textile designer Dawn Zero Erickson. She is a young woman who develops a career in the textile industry aiming to showcase more the aesthetic value of things than the resources. Her designs range from table linens, bedding, carpets, clothing to rugs which are all representations of her excellence in art and the ability to make exceptionally beautiful designs out of simple resources. The use of offbeat color combinations and playful arrangements of design elements creates a unique and refreshing design.


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