Tag Archives: textile design
The colder months are upon us in the Southern hemisphere I have been gravitating towards warm tones and textures. I recently came across the work of Eva and Lisa Holst – a mother/daughter team who design and create handmade wool … Continue reading
SuTurno is the pairing of Spanish creatives Julia Vergara and Javier Gutierrez Bayo – whose exploits cover the fields of design, fashion and interiors with a focus on print design. I really love their scarf collections and textile design.
John Booth and Arounna Khounnoraj are the husband and wife design team behind bookhou, a studio that produces original textile pieces. Combining John’s experience as a painter/furniture maker and Arounna’s experience as a textile designer, this talented pair churns out … Continue reading
Caleb Luke Lin is a Balitimore-based illustrator, who has recently completed his BFA in illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art. I am rather besotted with his colourful range of illustrated silk scarves. Aren’t they beautiful?
A great vibrant campaign for Dutch textile manufacturer Vlisco‘s “Dazzling Graphics 2011” range. The styling is really spot on. Vlisco is the sole authentic designer and manufacturer of ‘Wax Hollandais’ fabrics. client: Vlisco account/ production: Daphne Story, Production Story art-direction: … Continue reading
It makes me really happy when I come across the work of talented local designers, artists and illustrators. So when I stumbled across Laduma Ngxokolo‘s knitwear collection, inspired by Xhosa beadwork patterns and colours, I couldn’t wait to share it. … Continue reading
Orla Kiely’s spring/summer 2011 ready-to-wear collection is just beautiful. The collection features Kiely’s signature use of bold colours and prints, coupled with meticulous tailoring and 1960’s style flare. via: glamour
Eleanor Young is a graduate from The Glasgow School of Art and is the textile designer and upholster behind Fun Makes Good. She re-upholsters vintage designer chairs with a minimalist eye, inspired by architectural forms and fragmented shapes that function … Continue reading