Tag Archives: textiles
Gold, machine-embroidered, tracery: Kate Wells, UK, is ‘inspired by the works of Medieval goldsmiths & jewellers’. See Blogroll for a link.
Hélène Lefeuvre, textile designer, France, develops large scale fabrics for industry, including Serge Ferrari composite materials. See Blogroll for a link.
Beckmann N’Thepe – Saint-Denis / Serge Ferrari Textiles – Architecture / Serge Ferrari Textiles – Batyline
Gemma Baber’s graduate show collection of textiles, ‘Coastal’, was produced in 2015 at Norwich University. Images from various sources.
Textiles that enhance wellbeing: Young Dutch designer, Floor Van Doremalen’s explorations of tactile materials using rubber, texiles, leather & synthetic skins. See Blogroll for a link.
Text taken from Floor Van Doremalen’s site / Concrete Skin: ‘An imprint of skin, a bite, wrinkle, scare or scratch. Traces that appear and disappear. These are some characteristics of […]
The respected Swiss brand of textiles, Jakob Schlaepfer, transitioned from embroidery (1904) to today’s fine fashion & interiors textiles. See Blogroll for a link.
All of the textiles shown here are from Jakob Schlaepfer’s Interiors range / Elodie / Rimski | Korsakow / Eugenio & Rosalia / Dune/ Mila / Lluna Lilly / Angkor […]
The Iki & Shibui fashion collections of Amy Nguyen, exhibiting her Japanese influenced textile dyeing & sculpting. Her studio is near Boston. See Blogroll for a link.
Fitted Swing Coat / Cutwork Long Swing Coat / Long Swing Coat / Window Travel Coat / Waterfall Scarf / Signature Dimensional Wrap / Quilted Short Swing Coat / Lightweight […]
Dutch designer, Marian de Graaff researches natural materials & hand makes textiles, bowls & jewellery using kelp, paper & cotton. See Blogroll for a link.
Paper and other fibre Textiles – crocheted / Zandi 1 & Zandi II – paper/cotton textiles / Bowl “Dot” – paper, pigment, wax Bowl “Little dot” – paper, kelp / Bowl “Bloem” […]
Tie dyed, freehand painting & printing, & Shibori dyeing, by Italian fabric designer Valeria Bosco. See Blogroll for a link
Craft as art by French-born designer, Sophie Digard. Fibres are dyed in France, then shipped to her Madagascar workshop to be crocheted or embroidered. See Blogroll for a link to the French Needle site for more.
Having recently come across examples of Sophie Digard’s pieces I acknowledge that the images below can not capture the delicacy and intricacy of her pieces PJ / Juvenile Scarf / […]