I would like some to design an image that can be printed on fabric (http://www.bagsoflove.co.uk) and hung as curtains in three panels. The final size of the image when printed on fabric will be landscape and roughly 130"x72" (260x170cm).
It should be an image, not a patten - think of it as art that will be framed as a triptych.
I think dark colored palettes would be best, but I could be convinced that a lighter palette was great if it wasn't too light. This room already has too much beige and white to have ether of those as the background color.
No primary colors.
Literal or abstract are both great. But if abstract, not so abstract that it is just a pattern.
Ideally the background would not be solid, but would have variegated coors, or an ombre, or a swirl of colors, or something.
It can be a single image that one could not normally make into a triptych, or it can be designed with a tryptich in mind - like when people have a dandelion in the first panel and then just airborne dandelion seeds in the other two.
*I love the idea of a blue/purple/black background with stars in the upper region. And maybe a black silhouette of land and water in the lower region. Pleiades is my favorite group of stars
*I also love space images.
*I love waves (like surf photography without the surfer), ocean, beach, sailing, nautical.
*I love alpine scenes with mountains, snow, forests of trees. I used to live in Western Washington and in British Columbia and I miss the beauty of that area.
*I love 19the century French design and art - and some earlier French design too.
*I am queer and I like the idea of a subtle reference to/image of beautiful sexy girls or girls together - but only if it is subtle and mild, nothing too explicit. IMPORTANT - pleas do not just put pictures of random women in the image