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This image reminds me of something you would look at under a microscope such as cells or organisms. It is such a simple image yet it seems to hold a lot of detail. I think this topic could be a great starting point for a project. This image could create such a great abstract pattern. The monochrome colours give it a very modern feel but it still maintains its natural element.

Sea Urchin shells. I didn't know where to pin this. I love the look of these shells, you could probably just frame them as a print or get someone to print it on cotton, cover with vinyl and use as a tablecloth?

from ArtsThread


The inspiration behind Karoline’s collection comes from her fascination with the sea, in particular corals. She wanted to study the free-flowing shapes, textures and vibrant colours and capture the qualities in a variety of methods and mediums. The technical aspect of re-creating these forms through a knitted medium found numerous challenges. From primary research Karoline transformed ordinary materials into complex and unexpected knitted pieces by combining yarns such as elastic and…

Bracelet | Kathy Vones. 'Sea Urchin'. Wire cages filled with silicon.

J I A H U A S T U D I O manipulation of fabric inspiration directs to a blog called jiahuastudio, which talks about the design and fabrication progess, all pictures out of their own personal journal

Melanie Bowles: a designer, researcher, writer and lecturer at Chelsea College of Art and Design. I have been enjoying recreating 'old school' printing effects inspired by Post Modernism, Half tone, photocopy and overlays techniques to create a hand screen printed look.

I'm always looking for stylish bowls for my rice ^^ Seriously though, I love bowls like these. They've got a clean and traditional feel to them. When food is prepared in a pretty manner I automatically feel like eating it. Even if it doesn't taste that great I fool myself into thinking it does.

Original watercolour painting shell study III by SeasideStudiosUK