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Conceptual textiles design with polyurethane foam injected into perforated leather for heavy texture // Doan Nguyen

This image of a thermoplastic fiber being combined with a natural textile resource is fascinating to me. Conceptual textiles design with polyurethane foam injected into perforated leather for heavy texture // Doan Nguyen

Emily Crane creating edible wearable membranes from basic cooking ingredients. "Micro-Nutrient Couture aims to create a fashion experience in a world exploring 'the constant new', offering a fresh alternative to the compulsive shopper obsessed with fast fashion, high street consumption and throw-away prices. My Major Project focuses on creating fashion using boundary-less techniques from the everyday – I cook, blend, culture and form ice bubbles as silhouettes."

Emily Crane creating edible wearable membranes from basic cooking ingredients. "Micro-Nutrient Couture aims to create a fashion experience in a world exploring 'the constant new', offering a fresh alternative to the compulsive shopper obsessed with fast f

Sculptural Cage Construct - extreme 3D fashion structures; fashion architecture…

thaaaaat "headpiece" is just. well i bet it shouldn't be called a "HEAD-piece". anyone got a nicer name for it? :p - JEAN PAUL GAULTIER

Natural Dye Cut Work  |  Katie Vota    this would be interesting when looking at the theme of cells or bacteria instead of recreating the postive space of the image and adding detail using the negative space to create a piece.

The detail here is intense and hard to replicate by hand. Interesting systems would be employed to keep this all one piece of material.

Jess Coetzer textile artist.  plastic sheeting woven with nylon monofilament.  Experimental textiles

Jess Coetzer / plastic sheeting woven w/ nylon monofilament

Ealish Wilson green ties - smocked & pleated rip stop nylon with cable ties - 36" x 36"

Ealish Wilson green ties - smocked & pleated rip stop nylon with cable ties - x - We love the innovation Ealish Wilson, well done!

Fabric manipulation swatches using gathering to create different texture and surface effects - creative sewing; textile techniques

Fabric manipulation swatches - pinch, tuck, scrunch techniques Visual Texture Suitable to aid with GCSE Question like Textures