Sonja Baumel, 2009 | Knitted gloves representing the bacteria covering human skin

What Katie Did: Fashion, Art and Science. Merging fashion with science, Baumel has decided to create a visual reminder of the bacteria that our bodies are covered in.

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oil on canvas - notice the round tummy. Women are SUPPOSED to look this way.flat stomachs are nice, but women's bodies aren't meant to resemble young boys, especially after having babies, etc. A beautiful, natural body.

Kim Thittichai- cellophane , hand painting and heat gun

Kim's Hot Textiles: Extreme Surfaces for Stitch - West Dean College July 17 - 20 Everything you can do with Tyvec you can do with cellophane. Use some of the rolls you bought from Steve Johnstone.

Beaded Textiles Design with lavish textures in gold and black - textile art; surface embellishment; fabric design for fashion // Tzuri Gueta

Beaded Textiles Design with lavish textures in gold and black - textile art; fabric design for fashion // Tzuri Gueta

second skin // “[Skin] lacks definite boundaries, flowing continuously from the exposed surfaces of the body to its internal cavities.” ~ Ellen Lupton by sthepanie voegele pealling - pearl adornment: silicone rubber and pigment.

Sarvet Studio

Texture by Bart Hess


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