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Dounuki, the underlayer of a kimono set, depicting a flight of crows

Dounuki, the underlayer of a kimono set, depicting a flight of crows

JAPON KIMONO BLANCO CON MOTIVOS BOTANICOS SIGLO XIX

JAPON KIMONO BLANCO CON MOTIVOS BOTANICOS SIGLO XIX

JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGNS - Buscar con Google

JAPANESE TEXTILE DESIGNS - Buscar con Google

Randall Darwall:  handwoven jacket w/vest Description: twill damask weave, hand-dyed warp. silk Dimensions: H:3.00 x W:1.50 x D:0.80 Feet

Randall Darwall: handwoven jacket w/vest Description: twill damask weave, hand-dyed warp. silk Dimensions: H:3.00 x W:1.50 x D:0.80 Feet

Pallas Textiles - What's New  Round is inspired by the circle motif; attention-seeking and recurrent in Art and Design. Embroidery techniques continue to be interpreted by connecting the elements through stitch effects to play up the pattern’s gregarious nature. The lightheartedness of its interactivity and breadth of saturated multi-color options makes Round ideal for creative, dynamic and collaborative spaces.

Pallas Textiles - What's New Round is inspired by the circle motif; attention-seeking and recurrent in Art and Design. Embroidery techniques continue to be interpreted by connecting the elements through stitch effects to play up the pattern’s gregarious nature. The lightheartedness of its interactivity and breadth of saturated multi-color options makes Round ideal for creative, dynamic and collaborative spaces.

vosgesparis: Last round of your moodboards | Piet Hein Eek for Histor challenge

vosgesparis: Last round of your moodboards | Piet Hein Eek for Histor challenge

Pallas Textiles - What's New  Through the process of piecing and overlaying, the stitches suggest organizing visual information through connection and separation. Hitch is composed of slim lines and bold squares to lead the eye from one design element to the next, creating a methodical network.

Pallas Textiles - What's New Through the process of piecing and overlaying, the stitches suggest organizing visual information through connection and separation. Hitch is composed of slim lines and bold squares to lead the eye from one design element to the next, creating a methodical network.

An unlined silk kimono featuring katazome-technique motifs of running water and flying swallows. Mid-Showa period (1950-1970), Japan.

An unlined silk kimono featuring katazome-technique motifs of running water and flying swallows. Mid-Showa period (1950-1970), Japan.

Interview – Trent Jansen | The Design Files

Interview – Trent Jansen | The Design Files

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