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Portraits sur cartes routières par Ed Fairburn

Portraits sur cartes routières par Ed Fairburn - Journal du Design

Windows by Jim Darling | Windows by Jim Darling | The best part of any plane ride, executed beautifully in paint and wood. I love this idea. // loved by www.herrsuite.com

I could draw the shape of an eye and fill the inside with my views, favourite places, favourite people, favourite sounds etc.

collage, mix media using objects from holidays, trapping in wax, sew into More

By Christine Kelly (Gentlework): Paper Tales handmade and hand stitched treasures made from vintage finds

Oxford Bar, Young Street, Edinburgh Work in progress. Inspired by Ian Rankin’s Rebus novels, the famous detective’s favourite pub.

Lucy Jones : Oxford Bar, Young Street, Edinburgh Work in progress. Inspired by Ian Rankin’s Rebus novels, the famous detective’s favourite pub

the art room plant by Oppsadaisy great textile art

✉ Untitled fantastic art reusing snail mail and stamps. ✉ Snail mail art at its best.

Thinking this might be a use for granny & grandad's letters?

I love retro texts: maps, postcards, old leaflets and period typefaces. the works. These pillows are so beautiful they make me ache.

A once treasured item that had the value of money is forever discarded once used. Here are some of my train tickets that I have been collecting for a while now and I have began to experiment if a sewing machine would actually stitch through the card. Knowing this worked I have taken the idea of Sashiko and used a sewing machine to create the line within the tickets.

A once treasured item that had the value of money is forever discarded once used. Here are some of my train tickets that I have been collecting for a while now and I have began to experiment if a.

Josef Frank, Manhattan, 1943-45Most of Josef Frank’s patterns are inspired by nature, but this lyrical take on Manhattan’s grid is one of the exceptions

Fabric of life: Josef Frank's joyous textile designs – in pictures

Manhattan maps: Viennese architect and furniture designer Josef Frank fled from the Nazis to Sweden – and began creating dizzyingly colourful fabrics