Experimental textiles design using fabric manipulation & innovative no-stitch embroidery for mixed textures // Emily Sladen

Fabric manipulation - Experimental textiles design using fabric manipulation & innovative no-stitch embroidery for mixed textures // Emily Sladen

Ying Gao shirt sculpture #art Barely there but instantly identifiable

Ying Gao shirt sculpture Barely there but instantly identifiable -white shirt

Native American Photos Such a beautiful photo

Native American Photos Such a beautiful photo( pride in the right context is a truly beautiful thing)

Fashion Portfolio - textiles design for fashion; delicate knit structures, fashion design & development; fashion sketchbook // Siobhan Marie O'Keeffe

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Personalized Photo Charms Compatible with Pandora Bracelets. Fashion Portfolio - textiles design for fashion;

[Clothes of life] South Korean artist Keysook Geum just completed with wire vivid and light evening sculpture series.  Bubble general suspension.  The master of the invisible clothes, but these clothes seemed to be alive.

[Clothes of life] South Korean artist Keysook Geum just completed with wire vivid and light evening sculpture series. The master of the invisible clothes, but these clothes seemed to be alive.

A2 Textiles: Priestley College

Textiles: Priestley College I could imagine the theme behind this being decay due to the top half of the bodice. It looks as if the student has created a piece out of flowers and over time they have decomposed and left behind to create this dress.

Pretty in pink: The Belgian artist works with a team of 18 helpers who work on cutting, folding, crumpling, painting and glueing the dresses onto wire mannequins

Pret-a-papier: The incredible period gowns recreated with paper, glue, paint - and not a stitch of fabric

'Second Skin' by Agostina Zwilling(materials: tussah silk top, ramie top, hemp, flax, organic merino wool top)

'Second Skin' by Agostina Zwilling (materials: tussah silk top, ramie top, hemp, flax, organic merino wool top) As Agostina described so p.


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#Sculpture - El sueño de la utopía por Keysook Geum

Beautiful Floating Wire Figures

[Clothes of life] South Korean artist Keysook Geum just completed with wire vivid and light evening sculpture series. The master of the invisible clothes, but these clothes seemed to be alive.

Su Blackwell

Su Blackwell’s paper dress installation, While You Were Sleeping (it makes me think of the end of Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride")

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Grey Silk Fibre Dress - creative textiles surface design exploring the idea of impermanence - textiles for fashion // Shirley Buchan

Inhale. Helen Pynor. 2006. Knitted human hair. 76 x 128 x 25 cm.     Image courtesy the artist, GV Art, London, and Dominik Mersch Gallery, Sydney. Photo Danny Kildare.

Textile Art - delicate ethereal dress sculptures made with knitted hair // "Exhale," Helen Pynor. So much presence with few visual clues.

Susan Cutts 'FLORIBUNDA'  2010  Floribunda is as ephemeral as blossom.    When the petals fade I will plant the dress in warm Spring soil.    The seeds captured within its creases and folds will germinate.    Summer will bring flowers and nectar for bees.    Autumn is for harvesting the seeds and fibres.    In Winter I will use them to make more paper    Completing the circle of creation and growth.

Susan Cutts 'FLORIBUNDA' 2010 Floribunda is as ephemeral as blossom. When the petals fade I will plant the dress in warm Spring soil. The seeds captured within its creases and folds will germinate. Summer will bring flowers and nectar for be

manipulated fabric strips, fabric coming to life                              …

We are delighted to present a workshop with the renowned German feltmaker Dagmar Binder. Dagmar has given workshops and exhibited widely throughout Europe and North and South America. As well as th.

The Hungry Girls, a collection of 9 foot tall fiber and mixed media dresses hanging from old, weathered wood and metal yokes, were inspired by Moira Bateman’s fascination with the images in Patricia Eakins’ story The Hungry Girls.

Project 1 inspiration) Textile Art - fibre & fabric dress sculptures made from wool, silk & linen - exploring the idea that we are inextricably a part of the natural world // "mnemosyne series" by Moira Bateman

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