The treatments of patterns in this style of media application are often derived from both personal and communal identity; this commonly contributes to the narrative for which the works are communicated. Cultural references also act as a prime director to the conceptual process of pattern design. As another means of influence, natural and organic forms weigh in quite heavily. There is a tendency to distort these forms for the purpose of placing emphasis on selected characteristics, and with the use of symbolic motifs, the initiation of geometric form takes dominance. Many conceived motifs have descriptions of associated meanings that they are representative of. Sometimes these meanings reflect events, people, beliefs and religion, environment etc. The method for patterns can be seen as an attempt to interpret and express the surrounding world – the relationship between existence and treatment can no better be expressed than the interlocking of pattern design.