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Mel Chin, Rafetus Euphraticus2005, steel, tulle, silk, fine Parisian lace, 33 x 23 x 9 inches, image posted with permission of the artist.

Luxury lingerie decorated with Iraqi and French arabesque patterns representing the superficial attempts to protect endangered species.

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Last we presented in the Textile society of America Symposium, I had the honor of meeting Laura Sansone who created Textile-Lab.
I encourage you to read about her project here:
http://bit.ly/1r0sFDI

Last we presented in the Textile society of America Symposium, I had the honor of meeting Laura Sansone who created Textile-Lab.

I encourage you to read about her project here:

http://bit.ly/1r0sFDI

An amazing compendium of Textile Design books curated by Elaine Lipson
http://elainelipsonart.com/2014/08/02/my-collection-of-books-on-pattern-and-textile-design/
Etsy Shop Offers Paint Roller Kits with Decorative Patterns
3D printer for clothes
http://3dprintingindustry.com/2014/01/20/electroloom-promises-3d-printed-clothing-years-end/
Core77: From Tartan to Telemetry: New Innovations in Textile Design
http://bit.ly/1pZhIxv

Core77: From Tartan to Telemetry: New Innovations in Textile Design

http://bit.ly/1pZhIxv

Listen to Andrea talk about the fascinating Oshima Tsumugi textiles from the South of Japan that are resist dyed using mud, in our latest Base entry:
http://textilehive.com/base/term/oshima_tsumugi

Listen to Andrea talk about the fascinating Oshima Tsumugi textiles from the South of Japan that are resist dyed using mud, in our latest Base entry:

http://textilehive.com/base/term/oshima_tsumugi

Andrea’s selfie, mid 1970’s NYC in a hand embroidered shirt

Andrea’s selfie, mid 1970’s NYC in a hand embroidered shirt

Had a lovely visit from an AI PDX surface design class, exploring shibori and reverse applique techniques. In honor of their visit we added a new entry for Molas on our knowledge base including a video with Andrea.

Check it out here: http://textilehive.com/base/term/molas

99percentinvisible:

Behold! A massive digital collection of textiles!

thedesigncenter:

Ikat woven sample.  Japan.  20th century.

Gift of Andrea Aranow.

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