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Experimental Textiles Design exploring the theme of human skin using embroidery on devore for contrast & texture // Abigail Barnes

Experimental Textiles Design exploring the theme of human skin using embroidery on devore for contrast & texture // Abigail Barnes

21 Ways to Make the Industrial Look Work for You including brick veneer, pallet coffee tables and map walls

21 Ways to Make the Industrial Look Work for You including brick veneer, pallet coffee tables and map walls

Heyday Design is Back: The colors of yesteryear, especially those made popular during the post-war revival era are new again. Rebuilding, renovating, revival of materials and patterns – particularly focused on 1950s architecture will be seen throughout 2015. We’ll see a strong sea of gray, black, pink, orange and aqua. Retro furniture is the new contemporary that works in any setting.

Heyday Design is Back: The colors of yesteryear, especially those made popular during the post-war revival era are new again. Rebuilding, renovating, revival of materials and patterns – particularly focused on 1950s architecture will be seen throughout 2015. We’ll see a strong sea of gray, black, pink, orange and aqua. Retro furniture is the new contemporary that works in any setting.

Asami Ohara is a textiles and embroidery designer, graduating the Glasgow School of Art in 2015. She creates unique abstract patterns and introduces new stitches with her knowledge of hand embroidery techniques. In her design process, photography and collage drawing are often applied to colour and composition analysis.

Asami Ohara is a textiles and embroidery designer, graduating the Glasgow School of Art in 2015. She creates unique abstract patterns and introduces new stitches with her knowledge of hand embroidery techniques. In her design process, photography and collage drawing are often applied to colour and composition analysis.

Textile Design by Tamar Branitzky. This particular piece is one of my favourites the technique of stitching ripped papper on to fabric and using water colour to exaggerate the disintegration of the papers create a highly delicate and intricate decoration that could work brilliantly in my own work in captured the movement and reaction of animals furs as the animal moves.

Textile Design by Tamar Branitzky. This particular piece is one of my favourites the technique of stitching ripped papper on to fabric and using water colour to exaggerate the disintegration of the papers create a highly delicate and intricate decoration that could work brilliantly in my own work in captured the movement and reaction of animals furs as the animal moves.

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