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Bacteria dyeing

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This is the first collection of textiles that was dyed by the pigments of bacteria. A certain bacteria taken from the grassroots such as tarragon, sage and oregano has the capacity to produce diffe. Sustainable Textiles, Sustainable Design, Sustainable Fashion, Impression Textile, Bio Art, Design Research, Process Art, Fabric Manipulation, Science Art

This artist paints with soil bacteria

"It produces beautiful colours - deep blues, indigos, oranges and blood reds," says London-based textile designer Natsai Chieza. "I want to use them as a sustainable factory to make fabric dyes."

Kukka - Living Colour: dyeing textiles with pigment producing bacteria Sustainable Textiles, Sustainable Fashion, Textile Dyeing, Material Research, Bio Art, Tech Art, Conceptual Design, Design Lab, Material Design

Living Colour - Kukka

Living Colour is a biodesign research project exploring the possibilities of natural and sustainable textile dyeing with pigment producing bacteria

The relationship between material and process is explored in this series of experimental bacterial prints grown on silk scarves. FABER FUTURES: The Fold - / Design Research Nachhaltiges Design, Scarf Design, Interior Design, Sustainable Textiles, Sustainable Design, Textile Design, Textile Art, Material Research, Bio Art

These Beautiful Silk Scarves Were Created With Bacteria

Move over shibori, Studio Natsai Audrey makes sustainable pigments with non-pathogenic bacteria.

and Embroidered Bacteria Grow in Elin Thomas’s Fiber Art Petri Dishe. Crocheted and Embroidered Bacteria Grow in Elin Thomas’s Fiber Art Petri Dishe.Crocheted and Embroidered Bacteria Grow in Elin Thomas’s Fiber Art Petri Dishe. Bio Arte, Growth And Decay, Biology Art, Petri Dish, Colossal Art, Gcse Art, Science Art, Science Experiments, Natural Forms

Crocheted and Embroidered Bacteria Grow in Elin Thomas's Fiber Art Petri Dishes

Elin Thomas creates petri dishes filled with mold, but she's not using any week-old peanut butter sandwiches. The fiber artist builds her science experiments using a felted wool base, and then carefully crafts individual growths using crochet and embroidery techniques. Most of her creations are set

Faber Futures: Fold - Natsai Audrey / Design Research Textile Prints, Textile Design, Fabric Design, Smart Textiles, Bio Art, Iris Van Herpen, Cute Scarfs, Design Research, Scarf Design

These Beautiful Silk Scarves Were Created With Bacteria

Move over shibori, Studio Natsai Audrey makes sustainable pigments with non-pathogenic bacteria.

Faber Futures: Fold - Natsai Audrey / Design Research Textiles, Textile Prints, Textile Design, Image Mode, Mood Colors, Colours, Creators Project, Design Research, Scarf Design

These Beautiful Silk Scarves Were Created With Bacteria

Move over shibori, Studio Natsai Audrey makes sustainable pigments with non-pathogenic bacteria.

Things like pH levels, length of incubation, temperature and the size of the petri dish all impact the aesthetic outcome. John Ward, Petri Dish, Textiles, Lacemaking, Silk Scarves, Textile Design, Ph Levels, Couture

Stylish Silk Scarves, Dyed With Bacteria

Things like pH levels, length of incubation, temperature and the size of the petri dish all impact the aesthetic outcome.