Maison Martin Margiela I really like this shirt, because it looks like paper flowers stuck onto the shirt. fading from a dark blue to white making it monochrome but with the flowers attached it is still not too simple.
7. Fully Abstract a) When first looking at this image I had no idea what it was, this rough brown texture that almost looks as though it is falling apart at the seams displays a very repetitive alluring pattern. I believe it is representing a sense of disconnection between nature b) This fully abstract image has used colours, texture and repetition to provide a confusing and unknown abstract image Photographer: Mary Siebert
Lesley Richmond, She makes textiles that suggest organic surfaces by changing the structure of the fabric, rather than imposing a design on the surface of the cloth. She uses distressing techniques and chemical processes to change the surface structure of the fiber into an illusion of organic decay.
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