Artist Kathy Klein makes patterns on the ground with flower petals, plant seeds and vegetables.
“Sand Carpets” is a project by design studio Muurbloem. “Patterns plays an important roll in the Muurbloem collection. They have researched traditional patterns from throughout the ages and combine old world painting craftsmanship with modern digital design.” 
Craft cutter Beth Ann Magnuson creates patterns on eggs that are reminiscent of Victorian lace. You can view the artist working on an eggshell at YouTube.
An eye-bending photo shoot for Twenty Seven Names‘ winter fashion collection, “Take Over.”
Each sculpture has movement and rhythm, it is as if the artist Cha Jong Rye was conducting small pieces of wood into a magnificent symphony orchestra. His work is extraordinary!
These are paper creations by Pattern Matter. The studio’s primary goal is to encourage spectators to look at patterns in every possible angle.
Although these images look like modern tapestries or abstract paintings, they are actually snapshots of agricultural fields taken from NASA’s Terra and Landsat satellites in space.