<p>Benjamin Berg brings the glitch aesthetic to soft furnishings.</p>
Pillow cases are not usually the place you expect to come across a digital aesthetic like glitch art, but that must surely be down to the failings of the soft furnishings industry rather than a lack of demand. And while you may think it weird to find such a style as a choice in home decor, glitch art is no stranger to the world of crafts.
Phillip Stearns has already produced a range of glitch blankets with his Glitch Textiles project. And now Benjamin Berg (aka Stallio) has produced a range of throw pillow covers in this digital style so you can decorate your home in the form of corrupted data.
As you can see, they look great and come in a range of bright colors and different pixely designs. Maybe the seapunk community could bring out a range of curtains to go with them.
[via Prosthetic Knowledge]