PHUONG THUY NGUYEN, Vietnamese / Hungarian textile and fashion designer. I love the different shapes this designer has made with the fabric. It reminds me of the curved patterns I have in some of my layered manipulation.
Shibori Dyed Clothes delicate folds for a Boho style skirt. Either longer pieces of fabric or layers of ruffles. Think gauze-like fabric wouldn't be too full. Turquoise fabric with brown on the edge of the folds.
This is a full-scale wall was and at the University of Minnesota School of The were produced with an adjustable formwork which featured a flexible latex bladder. This allowed the each block to show a different aperture.
Israeli designer Hilla Shamia uniquely joins the materials of aluminum and wood in this Wood Casting series. Using a whole tree trunk, Shamia pours molten aluminum directly onto the wood, which burns the surface and darkens the wood.