Browsing articles in "Textile Designers"

Combray Design –

Jun 12, 2013 | Leave a Comment

hand embroidered textile, bespoke embroidery, customembroidery

Textile lines (and websites) as beautiful and inspiring as this one don’t pop up every day — so when they do it’s easy to savor every pattern, color combination, and artistic flourish with extra relish.

Via Architectural Digest.

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Comma Workshop –

May 10, 2013 | 1 Comment

custom quilt, writing quilt, bespoke quilt

 

Comma Workshop fuses text and textile into quilts that are minimalist and unabashedly “crafted” at the same time. The concept, design, and written content are all the work of Kerry Larkin who founded the company in 2010. Individual quilts are made to order and are produced by a network of quilters in Colorado who move at their own pace, taking in as much or as little Comma work as they like. For more about Larkin and the company click here.

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CraftedSystems –

May 6, 2013 | 1 Comment

felt textile, felt basket, felt carpet

Design Milk is currently featuring a really interesting interview with Aurelie Tu, the woman behind CraftedSystems. Not only are Tu’s products beautiful and innovative, her production process is also a testament to how contemporary design and socially (and environmentally) responsible manufacturing can harmoniously co-exist.

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Coral & Tusk –

Apr 16, 2013 | Leave a Comment

fox textile, wes anderson fabric, whimsical kid pillows

With the same quirky and whimsical sensibility of a Wes Anderson movie, Coral & Tusk textile designer Stephanie Housley and her husband Chris Lacinak make foxes, badgers, and bears come alive with distinctly human personalities.

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Eleanor Pritchard –

Apr 11, 2013 | Leave a Comment

british textile, bespoke handwoven textile

British textile designer Eleanor Pritchard offers a beautiful collection of blankets on her website, describing them (justly) like a sommelier would a fine wine: Incorporating tessellating geometrics, bold stripes and reversible patterns this collection is woven in a palette which combines chalky neutrals, sharp accents and deep inky tones. The aesthetic is clean and contemporary with a nod to English midcentury design.

Via Colorful Beautiful Things.

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Parris Wakefield –

Apr 8, 2013 | 2 Comments

pop art pattern, 60's pattern, british textile

Major color and pattern by British designers Sarah Parris and Howard Wakefield. See their website here.

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Tord Boontje –

Apr 5, 2013 | Leave a Comment

tord boontje, contemporary british textile

This post on The New York Times about Tord Boontje’s latest endeavors quickly leads the curious to the designer’s own website — and to his full display of textile inventions. Nectar is pictured above.

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Chapas Textiles –

Mar 28, 2013 | Leave a Comment

hand woven textile, custom hand woven fabric

The handwoven fabrics produced by Chapas Textiles bring hand and eye together in a synthesis of tactile and visual delight.  Here true luxury is clearly about the subtlety of color, pattern, and texture read up close.

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Eileen Guthrie –

Mar 24, 2013 | 1 Comment

british mid century textile design, hand print textile, british fabric

April’s The World of Interiors has an article on mid-century British textile designer Eileen Guthrie whose work is now being revived by her granddaughter, Lucy Mackenzie, using Guthrie’s original label, Flockhart Fabrics. The first crop of re-instated patterns is bright, whimsical — and perfectly current.

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Travis Meinolf –

Mar 20, 2013 | Leave a Comment

street textile, urban weaving, social textile

Here’s a great article by my friend Elizabeth Essner about “action weaver”, teacher, and activist Travis Meinolf.

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