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Foulard Assiettes Multicolore Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre en vente chez L'Exception Foulard Assiettes Multicolore Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre en vente chez L'Exception Foulard en soie imprimée, 135 x 135 cm. Ce carré est issu de la collection "Il y a des fleurs partout pour qui veut bien les voir", qui s'inspire de l'univers du célèbre peintre Henri Matisse. Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre reprend en effet la structure de ses collages, l'abstraction de ses formes et base sa collection sur les expérimentations plastiques, le processus manuel ainsi que les procédés de collage, pliage, froissage et découpage. Chaque pièce est tissée, imprimée et façonnée en région Rhône Alpes, France. Payez ce produit en 3 fois Le paiement en 3 fois CB est une solution de notre partenaire financier LaSer : - 1er prélèvement le jour de la commande : 85,09€ - 2ème prélèvement à 30 jours : 81,67€ - 3ème prélèvement à 60 jours : 81,67€
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http://www.anu.edu.au/ITA/CSA/textiles.html Canberra School of Art, Austrália, mostra os cursos oferecidos e páginas com imagens dos trabalhos dos artistas visitantes, professores e alunos. http://www.linx.com.br Site da Investrônica do Brasil, firma que oferece softwares para profissionais. http://www.koppermann.comSite da Koppermann na Alemanha apresenta versões "demo" dos softwares de design de superfície. http://www.infomall.org/dsi Site da Designer Software, que oferece o "Surface Magic", software simples mas que trabalha com os princípios fundamentais do design de superfície, prepara imagens já com os módulos repetidos e número de cores adaptados à serigrafia. Design de Superficie Design de Superficie
If you want to add a cozy, maternal element to your home, I suggest you take a good look at the Granny pendant lamp. Considering how knitting has blown up in the last couple of years, there's really nothing that outdated about this lighting option -- just something very hip and comfortable. Designed by Georg Öhler, the Granny pendant lamp are actually knitted by local Netherlands ladies. According to Öhler, "The fluffiness of the material triggers images of a safe, warm place." Chunky Knit Lighting - The Granny Pendant Lamp Adds a Touch of Maternal Instinct Chunky Knit Lighting - The Granny Pendant Lamp Adds a Touch of Maternal Instinct
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BCD Barcelona Centro de Diseño BCD Barcelona Centro de Diseño Caso de éxito MID 2011 2011 fue un año especial para Mireia Solsona y Nieves Torres, dos participantes del MID Mercado de Ideas Diseño 2011. Cuando se encontraban en pleno proceso de creación de su empresa Minimetik de ropa de bebé ecológica, decidieron presentarse al MID con esta propuesta. Su proyecto fue uno de los finalistas que pudieron participar en el encuentro con empresas y potenciales inversores, una oportunidad que no desaprovecharon y que les ha permitido lanzar su idea al mercado y hacer crecer su proyecto.
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Celso Lima Estamparia - UOL Blog Jean Seberg em listrado momento. Na história da estamparia textil nenhum padrão se encontra tão atrelado as origens dos tecidos como esse: o listrado. O surgimento de estruturas teares e dos primeiros tecidos de fibras fiadas ja produziam acidentalmente listrados, pela variação no tratamento em lavagens das fibras e posteriormente dos fios, resultando em colorações naturais matizadas, que ao serem tecidos produziam uma textura listrada em tons de tan e castanho (achados arqueológicos desse tipo de textil encontrado no Oriente Médio ja comprovam o uso da lã tecida em 4.000aC, e na América do Sul, em regiões do Peru, tecidos envoltórios também de lã possuem datação semelhante). A antiguidade do textil no tear grego estampado em vaso (a esquerda)/ Tecido neolitico (a direita). Mas foram os sumérios que transformaram as listras produzidas no urdume e trama do tear em estampa tecida. Celso Lima Estamparia - UOL Blog
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Center For Pattern Design Center For Pattern Design Remember that you can receive automatic blog updates by clicking on the RSS button below -- it's the orange circle with the speaker! Use Our Patterns For Production. To increase the importance of pattern design skills and applications, we encourage people to use our patterns/products to develop products in their business. If you do so, we'll publicize your clothing lines or how you applied ideas from our books.
Collaborations | Reclaim To Wear Upcycling Fashion and Sustainable Living Exhibition 2013 – Hong Kong With Hong Kong landfills fast approaching their brim with no suitable short-or long-term waste solutions in sight, Hong Kongers are faced …Read more Topshop Reclaim To Wear second collection Collaborations | Reclaim To Wear
Adire African Textiles gallery Over the following pages we will be introducing you to some of the best known types of African textiles as well as more rare and obscure styles. By sourcing cloths personally in Africa and searching far beyond the obvious sources we aim to offer interesting textiles at a range of price levels from a few hundred dollars to important museum quality finds. Each page gives a brief account of the origins and uses of the cloths, before showing you some examples. Most of the African textiles displayed are for sale but you are more than welcome to just look and enjoy them. Follow the links or click the pictures below to see more.... 10% Discount on orders of 2 or more cloths Adire African Textiles gallery
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Blurring the Boundaries: Fashion Design Innovation in Contemporary Knitting - 30 May 2006 Blurring the Boundaries: Fashion Design Innovation in Contemporary Knitting - 30 May 2006 Articles - 30 May 2006 Blurring the Boundaries: Fashion Design Innovation in Contemporary Knitting Blurring the Boundaries:Fashion Design Innovation in Contemporary Knitting is a cutting edge exhibition, a showcase of work by thirty artists who explore the art of knitting and whose work blurs the boundaries between art, fashion, craft, design and technology. They have embraced these hybrid practices and created a new language of clothes. This is a unique exhibition evoking the eternal debate of what constitute the art of dress. It sets a new precedent in the art of knitting.
From Library Journal This disc reproduces the printed The Grammar of Ornament by Owen Jones (London, 1856), with supplementary color plates from the 1868 edition. The original printed work was considered a masterpiece of 19th-century color printing, with thousands of examples of ornamental motifs and designs (many from ancient monuments and buildings) from the ancient world through the Renaissance, including both Eastern and Western design motifs. The complete work is represented here, viewable (as with other Octavo discs) in a variety of resolutions, searchable, printable, and supplemented with a critical introduction. The Grammar of Ornament (9781445566238): Owen Jones The Grammar of Ornament (9781445566238): Owen Jones
Welcome to Part Five of this seven part series brought to us by Molly Williams . Over the next seven weeks Molly will explore the people, politics, patterns and processes that informed the development of the American quilt. She will take us from early African-American quilts to the 21st Century Art quilts that we see today. In the America, the 1960’s were revolutionary times. PATTERN OBSERVER