Vintage Mid-Century modern Verner Panton Textile, Orogin: Denmark, Circa: Middle part of the 20th Century – The intense, dramatic red color is the most prominent feature of this remarkable textile from Danish interior and furniture designer, Verner Panton. This textile is composed of individual shapes which combined, form other patterns within the same space and is appealing for its visual power and versatility. Nine circles exist within a red square, divided into three rows. Five of these circles use the darkest to lightest gradient and four circles use the inverted formula of the lightest to darkest colors. Collectively, these circles form additional shapes inside the frame. The four circles with the lightest colored outlines create a sort of cross shape, each one occupying the middle spots in the row. The circles with the darkest outlines create a kind of X shape.