Fabric Manipulation - dyed & textured silk, suspended to create fluid drape - fiber art using shibori techniques; 3D surface pattern creation // Rebecca Cross #textiles

Fabric Manipulation - dyed & textured silk, suspended to create fluid drape - fiber art using shibori techniques; surface pattern creation // Rebecca Cross by rosiete

Great Example of drawing on nature to make your own beautiful thing in completely different materials! tinctory makes smocking magical

Fabric Manipulation smocking sample - textile interpretation of the natural surface patterns in shells, textiles design by Tinctory

Pouring Jug by Sue Walton. Jug oozing with manipulated and dyed fabric flowers pouring into a thimble.  Jabberwocky is a surreal tableau done with Ann Small who were both inspired by Alice in Wonderland stories.

Pouring Jug by Sue Walton. Jug oozing with manipulated and dyed fabric flowers pouring into a thimble. Jabberwocky is a surreal tableau done with Ann Small who were both inspired by Alice in Wonderland stories.

Dress with intricately knitted structure; innovative textiles; fabric manipulation; fashion design detail // Noir Kei Ninomiya A/W 2015

June 2016 - Dress with intricately knitted structure; fashion design detail // Noir Kei Ninomiya A/W 2015

Design d'intérieur - "Déambulations" - Frédérique Breuillé

"Déambulations" Frédérique Breuillé 2012 - like how the audience has to walk over the work to engage and the sense of touch

Richard Bloom    Figs    Bressingham, Norfolk     Two and half figs on a table. A simple and rustic looking still life showing both the form and rich colour of the fruit as well as the intricate internal structure.    http://www.igpoty.com/competition03/Commended_EdibleGarden_4.asp?parent=commended

Richard Bloom Figs Bressingham, Norfolk Two and half figs on a table…

Fiber and Textile, Karen Margolis, Artist, Modulus (detail), 2009, cotton covered wire-annealed

Fiber and Textile, Karen Margolis, Artist, Modulus (detail), cotton covered wire-annealed

dissolvable fabric- textile artist Anne Griffiths has used brain scans, particularly focusing on the disease dimentia as inspiration for her work. Here, she has used dissolvable to create a lace-like effect.

dissolvable fabric- textile artist Anne Griffiths has used brain scans, particularly focusing on the disease dimentia as inspiration for her work. Here, she has used dissolvable to create a lace-like effect.


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