SS13

* There are things about this I really like, might want short sleeve? I like the neckline here, though it is asymmetrical and I probably need to be symmetrical. I like the upper layers and lines. - simple and complicated all in one textile/silhouette vib

Turquoise scarf

turquoise silk scarf : photographs from CISTHENE owner Jen Altman's book Gem and Stone: Jewels of Earth, Sea and Sky

AW2013 Liberty Art Fabrics Manning C Tana Lawn -- Inspired by William Morris’ poem, ‘Iceland First Seen’; digital print.

Liberty Art Fabrics Manning C Tana Lawn -- Inspired by William Morris’ poem, ‘Iceland First Seen’; digital print - The Camber Dress would look great in this print

Hot Textiles - heat-distorted fabric for a distressed effect - fabric manipulation; textiles surface techniques // Anna Sabin

Hot Textiles - heat-distorted fabric for a distressed effect - fabric manipulation; Could use to layer on top to represent flaking, pealing skin

Shibori Silk Scarf tie dye black and white by TaniaBishopDesigns

Shibori Silk Scarf tie dye black and white by TaniaBishopDesigns, detail of the shibori pattern ,

* Oscar Murillo

dailyartjournal: Oscar Murillo, “Touch Me With Your Greasy Hands”, mixed media on canvas


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Slow and Steady Wins the Race  Bianco Marble Print Scarf  100% silk scarf by Slow and Steady Wins the Race.  $316

Slow and Steady Wins the Race Bianco Marble Print Scarf silk scarf by Slow and Steady Wins the Race

Maria Grachvogel Fall 2011

Maria Grachvogel at London Fashion Week Fall 2011

Maria Grachvogel at London Fashion Week Fall 2011 - Runway Photos

Simone Pheulpin: Sculptures textiles

French artist Simone Pheulpin uses simple canvas tape and thousands of pins to construct organic sculptures

Simone Pheulpin. The material she uses for her artworks is very simple: raw cotton bands that she finds from the Vosges – her native region in eastern France.

The material she uses for her artworks is very simple: raw cotton bands that she finds from the Vosges – her native region in eastern France.

144c:  Simone Pheulpin

Fabric Manipulation with sculptural textures conveying a sense of depth - textile landscapes; surface design // Simone Pheulpin // Empress of Style

frottage hämppy

Max Ernst Frottage - taking rubbings of different surfaces and combining them to make something new

Frottages de Max Ernst - Histoires naturelles, 1926

Frottages de Max Ernst - Histoires naturelles, 1926

Frottages de Max Ernst - Histoires naturelles, 1926

Frottages de Max Ernst - Histoires naturelles, 1926

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