Image courtesy of Alula Editions: Collaboration with Jason Jägel, Summer 2010.
From their website:
"Helena Keeffe and Amber Cady started Alula Editions as a way to bring patterned textiles and contemporary art together in the form of a limited edition multiple. We love it when fabric secretly holds a story, like the bedspread made for the set of Melrose place by Mel Chin and the Gala Comittee whose pattern made from images of condoms subtly defied FCC regulations. Repeat patterns have a rich history from French toile to Japanese sashiko which we hope the artists we work with will be as excited about exploring as we are."
A nice video on their site here.