Lara Miller’s earth friendly pieces

October 10th, 2011 - 

Lara Miller’s earth friendly pieces have been called “sultry, sophisticated, and as endlessly variable as the woman who wears them” by Elle.com. The artist is inspired by the cultural landscape and the architecture of Chicago city. She uses organic cotton, bamboo, vegan silk. I like the fact that her clothes can be flipped, changed, reversed to create completely different looks. Her designs are meant to respect the earth and to (more…)

Scanned fabric design by Nienke Sybrandy

May 31st, 2011 - 
 

Nienke Sybrandy’s botanical artwork are a delight for every person who likes flowers and art. See here flowers created by photocopying: here it is a nice experiment the artist did. You are invited to do so: go in your garden, gather as much and as different flowers you can find.
Arrange them on your scanner face down and then put a black fabric over them so that you will have a contrast and better see the plants. Scan the image in your computer, and see the results, like here. All you have to do is to have a
nicely done bouquet of flowers and to put it to the scanner or copy machine. The 3D forms will be transformed into 2D to create a pattern. Lovely ideas on how to start your summer. Hope you will get inspired and custom your napkins or table cloth as you want. Via Haute nature.

100% cotton tablecloth 270×155 / set of 6 napkins in A3 size (30×42) / produced in the Dutch Textile Museum