Anni Alber's Eclat pattern. Originally designed in 1974 as an upholstery pattern, Anni Albers' Eclat, was first produced printed on a cotton/ linen ground in various scales and color combinations. Reintroduction into the market as part of Knoll's 60th anniversary archival collection celebration in June 2007, Eclat, renamed Eclat Weave, is now produced as a woven, rather than printed, upholstery.
Josef Albers, SP, 1967, the complete set of 12 screen prints in colors, on Schöllers Hammer Board, with full margins, the sheets loose (as issued) all contained in the original black vinyl-covered portfolio, 61 x 61 cm, Edition 43/125
Josef Albers, "Interactions of Color". Josef Albers (1888-1976 ) was one of the most influential teaching artists and color theorists of the 20th century. He was a master of Germany' s Bauhaus group from 1925 until the Nazis closed it in 1933