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Gilbert Adrian | Suit | American | The Met

Gilbert Adrian | Suit | American | The Met

From the late Adrian worked with the textile artist, Pola Stout, a collaboration that continued until he closed his business in Stout produced woven striped and plaid fabrics for Adrian in specific patterns and colourations

Kvadrat textiles play a peculiar and significant role in GamFratesi’s stand design for ‘Danish Pulse’, which is currently on show in Shanghai, pinned by Ton van der Veer

Kvadrat textiles play a peculiar and significant role in GamFratesi’s stand design for ‘Danish Pulse’, which is currently on show in Shanghai. Danish Design has always been the pioneer of international design, and emerged a lot of world-class designers.

ruth asawa--I have always loved her pieces, and even more seeing her interacting with them.

I honestly don& know what I love more… the beautifully complex wire sculptures of Asian American artist Ruth Asawa, or the photographs of Ruth with her .

“I would describe my practice as well planned spontaneity. I always     start with a considered palette and story allowing me to design freely     and play with mark making, texture and composition. ”  When faced with a design brief, I don’t look for the new; I look back, and  guide myself with the inspiration that I’m constantly collecting through  everyday life. A very visual person, I will snap until my camera roll is  overloaded with images of lines, patterns, colour, composition form...

Cassie Byrnes, Textile + Surface Designer

In The Window: Nature's Tale - aBlog

In The Window: Nature's Tale

Big Picture Strength Color Clarity and Uniqueness Value Like gold as an accent, not the central focus

Interviews on creative living: TEXTILE ARTIST MISTER FINCH http://www.dailyimprint.net/2015/09/textile-artist-mister-finch.html

Mister Finch had almost always been able to sew but one day about seven years ago he felt it was the right time and he wa.

Annemieke Mein’s Textile Sculptures: Mating Mythical Moths. I just totally LOVE Annemieke's work... so inspiring!

Annemieke Mein's textile sculpture, I have always been blown away by Annemieke's work and deep understanding of nature through her fiber art and sketches

Gigei no Tomo [ 技藝乃友]  These are old Japanese design books mid 19th century , Meiji period , lithograph prints.

Gigei no Tomo [ 技藝乃友] Japanese culture are always inspired by nature. Living in wooden paper house in the nature is the style of life. Old Japanese design books mid century , Meiji period , lithograph prints.

-Ikenaga Yasunari (right) with collector and recent painting Born in 1965, artist Ikenaga Yasunari’s serene and soothing portraits of modern women evoke a dreamy nostalgia through their faded golden hues and elegant floating poses. Using a Menso brush, mineral pigments, and soot ink on linen cloth, Yasunari continues the ancient tradition of Nihonga painting, while simultaneously bringing modern elements to play, such as present-day clothing styles and floral textile designs. The result…

Contemporary Artist: Ikenaga Yasunari (b. 1965- )

Ikenaga Yasunari is a Japanese artist. His paintings depict beautiful women, whose expressions and postures suggest a dreamy atmosphere. Ikenaga’s paintings also showcase exquisite textile pattern design

“I always had the fear of being separated and abandoned. The sewing is my attempt to keep things together and make things whole.”   Louise Bourgeois x

Louise Bourgeois EUGÉNIE GRANDET 2009 Mixed media on cloth, suite of 16 11 x 8 inches each x centimeters each