Browsing articles from "February, 2013"

Reflejos de mi Tierra –

Feb 25, 2013 | Leave a Comment

argentina textile, argentina blanket, aregentina fabric

Using natural dyes and a mixture of wool from alpacas, llamas, and sheep, Reflejos de mi Tierra’s Argentinian textiles are both timeless and completely contemporary.

Via The Style Files.

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Serena Perrone –

Feb 21, 2013 | Leave a Comment

screen printed textile, Edo textile,

Yesterday The New York Times¬†published this story highlighting the work of Serena Perrone who “makes silk-screened photolithographs that meld images recalling Japanese Edo woodcuts with domestic Western objects and architecture”. Some of her designs are available for custom printing on fabric, sold by the yard. Prices and order minimums will dissuade anyone with a casual interest — though online admiration is free.

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Chevalier Masson –

Feb 18, 2013 | Leave a Comment

brussel textile, conceptual textile, european blanket

In their own words, the work of Erik Chevalier and Anne Masson is “open without any preconceptions concerning the results.” As their gallery-like website demonstrates, however, a lack of planning doesn’t keep them from being creatively – and tangibly – productive.

Via The Upcycled Market.

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Dashing Tweeds –

Feb 14, 2013 | Leave a Comment

english tweed, wool tweed, worsted wool

While Dashing Tweeds is primarily a company devoted to menswear they also sell their cloth by the yard (or meter in this case). Their extensive collection of checks, plaids, tweeds, and herringbone should satisfy anyone shopping for British wool.

Via The World Of Interiors.

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Citta Design –

Feb 12, 2013 | Leave a Comment

new zealand fabric, new zealand design, graphic cushions

The “Down Under” blog Studio Home has a great feature on New Zealand’s Citta Design. Check out their main post here, and their inside look at the lifestyle company’s warm and creative work environment here.

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Tamasyn Gambell –

Feb 10, 2013 | Leave a Comment

Tamasyn Gambell’s London based studio produces small batches of screen printed textiles on Irish linen, using organic dyes and inks. She believes that “style does not have to suffer in order to be environmentally friendly.” Her work is evidence enough.

Via Little Big Bell.

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nettle+fin –

Feb 8, 2013 | Leave a Comment

sea life textile, ocean life fabric

The sea life collection of a dedicated botanist brings both flighty inspiration and grounded specificity to the debut fabric collection by nettle+fin.

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