Fabric Manipulation - pleated sleeve detail exploring repeating patterns in organic form; sewing; textiles; embellishment // Penny Hewitt

Softly structured

Capturing the repetition and structures within organic form, closely exploring irregular repeat patterns. Three dimensional technical processes are used in collaboration with various approaches to the traditional use of appliqué, all explored through hand

Matter and energy interacting in an arena of space and time

marbled painting [Matter and energy interacting in an arena of space and time - but does it float (Paul Juno)]

Takes time to sink in - what you said. Still, up to now, I haven't fully digested your words. I can't dismiss my doubts, I mean, what you said could be bollocks, but I don't know. What do I know 'bout what you feel? What do I know 'bout what I feel?

Take a mug shot style photo. Rip out the eyes rip out the mouth rip it in half shred it into as many pieces as possible and collage them do the thing in the pin out the face and stick it back upside down

This is attributed to Aisling Farrell, but I believe it's really the work of Maia Bergman as part of her fashion studies finals collection.  This glorious texture uses plastic beads in delicious colors.  Find more at http://1granary.com/central-saint-martins-fashion/ba-final-collections/maia-bergman/

Brand: Maia Bergman Graduate School: Central Saint Martins Graduate Year: 2012 Beads, beads, beads and beads! Maia Bergman 's addiction.

light micrograph of a cross section through a closed (unravelled) leaf of Marram grass (Ammophila arenaria); magnification = x22 at 35mm size

Celula Eucariótica Vegetal // light micrograph of a cross section through a closed (unravelled) leaf of Marram grass (Ammophila arenaria); magnification = at size

E. coli negatively stained with 1% Uranyl acetate. Microscopic image

Gram Stain: Escherichia coli is Gram stain negative Respiration: Escherichia coli is a facultative anaerobe Motility: Escherichia coli is motile via peritrichous flagellae

Innovative shibori textile design with delicate, organic-inspired pale pink 3D bubbles using fabric manipulation techniques; fabric surface creation

Innovative shibori textile design with delicate, organic-inspired pale pink bubbles using fabric manipulation techniques; fabric surface creation - reminds me of cells and disease

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