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before you kill us all: COVER & EDITORIAL A Magazine Curated by Iris van Herpen "Materia Lacrima" feat. Hanne Gaby Odiele by Pierre Debusschere Iris Van Herpen, Look Fashion, Fashion Art, Fashion Design, Ghost Fashion, Fashion Moda, High Fashion, Pierre Debusschere, Editorial Photography

Iris van Herpen curates a magazine

Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen has become the latest guest editor of Belgian fashion publication A Magazine Curated By.

Floral textile artists Michael Brennand-Wood – Flower Head- Narcissistic Butterfly dia x 40 cm, Collection of the artist. Art Textile, Textile Artists, Textile Design, A Level Textiles, Art Du Fil, A Level Art, Gcse Art, Natural Forms, Artist At Work

Floral textile artists -

These 5 textile artists inspired by flowers (or floral textile artists) highlight fascinating methods of bringing such a storied motif to life.

Wrapped Bottle 1958 8 x x cm) by Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Medium: Fabric, rope, lacquer, paint, sand and a bottle; Yves Klein, Vanitas, Christo Et Jeanne Claude, Christo Art, Nouveau Realisme, Instalation Art, Still Life Drawing, A Level Art, Thing 1

Projects | Wrapped Cans and Bottles

Official website of artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Features photographs and texts about completed projects and works in progress. Includes biographical and bibliographical information as well as virtual tours, videos and news.

It's Yarn Bombing Day! Add some color and whimsy to your world. How to Yarn Bomb: Fun, Easy, Inspired! Crochet Yarn, Crochet Flowers, Guerilla Knitting, Fence Art, Yarn Bombing, Weaving Art, Environmental Art, Learn To Crochet, Craft Tutorials

Yarndale 2013 :: The Yarn Bombing

When we first talked about the possibility of hosting a yarn festival in our sweet town, we all agreed that our number one word should be "creativity". Above anything else, we wanted Yarndale to be a Creative Festival. We wanted...

Design Dresses Couture Iris Van Herpen Ideas For 2019 Geometric Fashion, 3d Fashion, Fashion Details, Couture Fashion, Fashion Show, Fashion Dresses, Fashion Design, Paper Fashion, Origami Fashion

World's first crowdsourcing design platform for 3D Printing

Tell our global community of designers your project and idea requirements. Free to post and receive qualified 3d designer and 3d modelling candidates from around the world and locally.

Pioneer of modern fiber-art movement to feature work at Center for Craft, Creativity & Design Contemporary Embroidery, Contemporary Quilts, Woven Image, Alternative Photography, Creative Textiles, Modern Crafts, Fabric Art, Woven Fabric, Art For Art Sake

Bridge 11:Lia Cook Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

Saturday, May 12, 2:00 PM “Navigating the Maze: Neuroscience and Fiber Connections” Lecture by Lia Cook at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Brown Auditorium Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC) presents Bridge 11: Lia Cook, a solo exhibition of the work of internationally recognized fiber artist, Lia Cook. The exhibit presents large-scale woven images […]

Yarn bombing (or yarnbombing, yarnstorming, guerrilla knitting, urban knitting or graffiti knitting) is a type of graffiti or street art that employs colorful Yarn Bombing, Knit Art, Crochet Art, Funny Crochet, Freeform Crochet, Guerilla Knitting, Tricot D'art, Red Brolly, Art Fil

happy loves rosie | One Happy Chick blogging about her Life and Home Decor

When redecorating a room, sometimes it’s better to take the DIY route because not only is it cheaper but we also get a say in how it looks.

Reverse side of crochet wheel for yarn bomb bike by Emma Leith Guerilla Knitting, Tour Of Britain, Bicycle Decor, Crochet Mandala, Crochet Art, How To Make A Pom Pom, Yarn Bombing, Bike Art, Learn To Crochet

Yarn Bomb Bikes for Tour of Britain 2016 | EMMA LEITH

Reverse side of crochet wheel for yarn bomb bike by Emma Leith

The pieces of work show how contemporary designers, some of whom are amateurs, use scraps of material and even discarded packaging to make r. Rag Rug Diy, Rag Rugs, Textiles Techniques, Punch Needle, Textile Artists, Rug Hooking, Woven Rug, Handmade Rugs, Textile Design


The pieces of work show how contemporary designers, some of whom are amateurs, use scraps of material and even discarded packaging to make rugs and wallhangings. These examples have been chosen to convey the diversity of artistic expression that can be achieved in this medium. Examples of hand-hooked rugs made earlier this century are also featured and they serve to illustrated how the homely craft of rag rug making has developed into a recognized textile art form, offering virtually…