Random Lines is a handpainted and handwoven interior piece done as a course assignment for Interior Fabrics course at the University of Helsinki. It is based on an idea of randomness and unpredictability of seemingly carefully designed large textile art piece. The warp is randomly painted beforehand and the fabric is woven upside down, so the outcome is seen only after the fabric is completed. The finished piece functions both as a piece of art and as an acoustic element. Random Lines has been presented in Koti ja Keittiö magazine 9/2015.