Vintage Verner Panton Textile, Country of Origin: Denmark, Circa Date: Middle Part Of The 20th Century — Balanced and symmetrical, this Verner Panton textile design features nine circles arranged in a grid. The color palette is defined by subtle variations on shades of beige and brown that radiate outward from the center point of each circle in alternating arrangements of light-to-dark and dark-to-light. Though two-dimensional, the gradient circles give a subtle illusion that each circle might be a three-dimensional sphere or orb. This combination of Op art influence and organic forms is a signature of Panton’s popular 1960s designs. The soft color palette and subtle gradients contrast with the minimalist geometric arrangement of forms, giving this textile a balanced juxtaposition of opposing design elements.