“Science is intricate and awe inspiring,” said David White, vice president and general manager, Pallas Textiles. “While seemingly simple at first glance, the biological structures of science reveal a beautiful complexity up close. The Science Matters collection was inspired by the juxtaposition between the geometry and linearity of those structures with contrasting organic variations.”
This pattern mimics the unique linear striation human muscles display under a microscope.
This pattern represents the 25,000 genes that make up the human genome. The banding shifts and changes to create an undulating stripe.
Inspired by the chemical structure of water, this repeating pattern layers hexagonal shapes to create a pattern on top of a pattern.