A2 Textiles: Priestley College. This inspires me to create a garment for my final outcome and to explore natural elements of nature like moss, grass and the difference between modern buildings and old buildings.

A2 Textiles: Priestley College. This inspires me to create a garment for my final outcome and to explore natural elements of nature like moss, grass and the difference between modern buildings and old buildings.

These Oddly Lovely Photographs Of Rotten Food Will Make You Rethink Your Waste | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

These Oddly Lovely Photographs Of Rotten Food Will Make You Rethink Your Waste

These Oddly Lovely Photographs Of Rotten Food Will Make You Rethink Your Waste | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

A piece designed to mimic rust. Created using brusho mixed with pva glue on a sheet of acetate, Kat Russell

A piece designed to mimic rust. Created using brusho mixed with pva glue on a sheet of acetate, Kat Russell

Untitled by Jasmyne Graybill, polymer clay, glass resin dish

Untitled by Jasmyne Graybill, polymer clay, glass resin dish

PAULINE VERRINDER - Textile Artist - HOME PAGE

PAULINE VERRINDER - Textile Artist - HOME PAGE

Jasmyne Graybill  Unknown Specimens  Petri dishes, polymer clay, latex  3 ½ “ diameter (each)

Jasmyne Graybill Unknown Specimens Petri dishes, polymer clay, latex 3 ½ “ diameter (each)

Nicola Tilley - Chain Reaction 6  The tissue overlay with light moulding paste gives a wonderful sense of the texture of the rusty chain.

Nicola Tilley - Chain Reaction 6 The tissue overlay with light moulding paste gives a wonderful sense of the texture of the rusty chain.

Maggie Ayres - I love the way the fibres of mulberry bark can be manipulated. The shapes formed by the pulling apart I find quite inspirational.

Maggie Ayres - I love the way the fibres of mulberry bark can be manipulated. The shapes formed by the pulling apart I find quite inspirational.

I love this photograph because it's a singular piece of fruit, I think that the…

I love this photograph because it's a singular piece of fruit, I think that the…

rotting fruit Nan Shartel (2012)  Another image of a rotten fruit, this will be a good rotten fleshy texture for a cheek etc.

rotting fruit Nan Shartel (2012) Another image of a rotten fruit, this will be a good rotten fleshy texture for a cheek etc.

3D textile mushroom // I stitched soft felt onto bendable metal mesh, this allowed me manipulate the material how I wanted, to create a curved dome effect.

3D textile mushroom // I stitched soft felt onto bendable metal mesh, this allowed me manipulate the material how I wanted, to create a curved dome effect.

Lesley Turner: March 2010 naturally decayed fabric

Lesley Turner: March 2010 naturally decayed fabric

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