January 1993
Surface Design Journal;Winter93, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
An interview with artist Astrid Sampe is presented. When asked about the advice given on her as a young artist, she responded that it was being unafraid to experiment. Also, when asked about the people who influenced the course of her life and work, she replied that one of them was Piet Mondrian because of his paintings that contributed to her design of manufactured textiles.


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