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Spring 2013

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February 10, 2013 · Leave a comment

UNFOLD Design Studio

Written on the body, a tribute to the surface, 2002 “Unfolding a digital 3D body scan into a pattern and using this pattern to make personal jewels in different materials: … Continue reading

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Marrakech Design

Marrakech Design is a Swedish company specialized in encaustic cement tiles. The tiles are made by hand according to a production process developed in southern France towards the end of the … Continue reading

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Berit Mogensen Lopez

Berit Mogensen Lopez is a Danish designer with a background within art, fashion and textiles which also becomes visible in the pictures that she makes exclusively for Stilleben. Each picture … Continue reading

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Maori Cloaks

Cloaks by the Maori people of New Zealand, late 19th century Wool, textile, peacock feathers & feathers Flax & chicken feathers Flax, feathers &  cotton Wool, flax & feathers Wool & … Continue reading

February 8, 2013 · Leave a comment

Moroccan Tile

Some of the world’s most amazing examples of kellij can be found in Morocco. Inspired by Roman mosaics, Moroccan artisans began creating their own versions of the tiled patterns as … Continue reading

February 8, 2013 · Leave a comment

Quilts and Quiltmaking in America 1978-1996

Sabe and Donna Choate standing in front of quilt draped on fence [Quilt by Conna Choate], 1978 Lone Star Quilt detail, Zenna Todd, 1978 String Quilt, Carrie Severt, 1978 Quilted … Continue reading

February 8, 2013 · Leave a comment

Black Mountain College

Black Mountain College Photographic Gallery Cover of photographic brochure “Black Mountain College, Black Mountain, North Carolina.” 1937-1939 Connie Spencer, BMC student 1940-1942 Miriam “Mimi” French, BMC student 1939-1944 Jackie Tankersley … Continue reading

February 8, 2013 · Leave a comment

TEDxUoM – Matt Shlian – Implications of Paper Folding

[via TEDxTalks]

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Ray Shamp

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