Here you will find a modern pattern dating from the early 20th century that belongs to the Art Nouveau, i.e, Vienna Secession style.

We found it in an old German book on Applied Art, in a picture showing a leather wallet decorated with this pattern, to be precise. The caption below the picture read that it was the work by Miss Marietta Peyfuss. The pattern is rectangular in shape, as you can see, and when it comes to its appearance, it must have been very modern at the time of its creation. Even today, this abstract pattern can be said to be modern or futuristic.


Leather wallet pattern
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Available file formats

The Leather wallet pattern can be downloaded in the following file formats: 2D CAD (dwg) and vector graphics (svg and eps)

By the way, Miss Marietta Peyfuss was a well-known designer at the time and belonged to the Vienna Secession art movement, which represented the Austrian version of the French Art Nouveau style or German Jugendstil. A large number of artists from the Vienna Secession art movement had previously exhibited Art Nouveau works. The difference between the two styles is only noticeable to art connoisseurs, and for the rest of us, the most important thing is that we have discovered this wonderful pattern and breathed life back into it. The pattern comes from the old German art trade journal ‘Kunstgewerbeblatt’ published in 1902.

This Leather wallet pattern can be used in many ways in graphic projects as well as in handicraft. If you do something nice with this free pattern, we would love to see it.


Download DWG 2D CAD file format
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Download SVG vector file format

Submitted by Ceh Jan


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