Seguy's Art Deco Golden Flowers iPad Caseable Case
Eugène Alain Séguy, 1890-1985, was active predominantly in Paris between 1900 until the early 30s. From the turn of the 20th century through the 1920s, the French designer and author created a wondrous collection of colorful illustrations inspired by the natural world. His work was originally designed for textiles and wallpaper.
Bright yellow-gold flowers that could, at first, be mistaken for fans pop out of a background of green swirls and a vertical black and white design.