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This is a good example of LINES. The lines in this outfit create boxes that change shape and width, creating movement within. Your eyes are automatically drawn to the lines in this piece, almost more so than to the 3-D shape. The lines in this create depth throughout the top.

41 Most Amazing 3D Textiles

This is a good example of LINES. The lines in this outfit create boxes that change shape and width, creating movement within. Your eyes are automatically drawn to the lines in this piece, almost more so than to the 3-D shape. The lines in this create depth throughout the top.

Wow, this is some of the most unusual knitweave (?) I've seen Really interesting use of vastly different materials.

knot knitting

Wow, this is some of the most unusual knitweave (?) I've seen Really interesting use of vastly different materials.

Lesley Richmond, Leaf Cloth Dusk from the Leaf Cloth Series, 118 cm x 99 cm

Lesley Richmond, Leaf Cloth Dusk from the Leaf Cloth Series, 118 cm x 99 cm

Designs from a beautifully patterned placemat set by Louise Bourgeois. Each placemat has been individually designed with the patterns resembling something like a spider web or an optical illusion.

Designs from a beautifully patterned placemat set by Louise Bourgeois. Each placemat has been individually designed with the patterns resembling something like a spider web or an optical illusion.

kim_singiru -- Textile artist Chung-Im Kim silk screens patterns onto industrial felt pieces, hand stitching the felt to create dimensional wall sculptures that seem to sway-

kim_singiru -- Textile artist Chung-Im Kim silk screens patterns onto industrial felt pieces, hand stitching the felt to create dimensional wall sculptures that seem to sway-

Lesley Richmond "She makes textiles that suggest organic surfaces by changing the structure of the fabric, rather than imposing a design on the surface of the cloth. She uses distressing techniques and chemical processes to change the surface structure of the fiber into an illusion of organic decay."

Lesley Richmond "She makes textiles that suggest organic surfaces by changing the structure of the fabric, rather than imposing a design on the surface of the cloth. She uses distressing techniques and chemical processes to change the surface structure of the fiber into an illusion of organic decay."

Artist Lisa Jordan makes these beautiful brooches by needle felting wool, and then implementing it to a found piece of oak. Her work is magical, because it is like you are viewing a mirrored reflection of the woods where she lives nearby.

Wool Landscapes

Artist Lisa Jordan makes these beautiful brooches by needle felting wool, and then implementing it to a found piece of oak. Her work is magical, because it is like you are viewing a mirrored reflection of the woods where she lives nearby.

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