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E textiles

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I had once more the pleasure to participate at the e-textile summer camp 2017. The event is an annual gathering of professionals and…

I had once more the pleasure to participate at the e-textile summer camp 2017. The event is an annual gathering of professionals and practitioners in electronic textile initiated by the girls from…

Binary surfaces is a collection of two fabrics for interior use; Unum and Nihil. Unum is a three dimensional fabric with two layers. By combining fiber optics and more traditional textile materials in a double weave , I have created a voluminous fabric that is double-sided. The light is partially hidden in the pattern and …

Binary surfaces is a collection of two fabrics for interior use; Unum and Nihil. Unum is a three dimensional fabric with two layers. By combining fiber optics and more traditional textile materials in a double weave , I have created a voluminous fabric that is double-sided. The light is partially hidden in the pattern and […]

Up-Cycle - Repurpose - Re-Invent - Re-imagine - Re-use. How do we Repurpose discarded Re-usable waste? Experimental Art! Marian Jazmik’s experimental textile art starts with household items that are readily available in most homes or garages. #experimentalembroidery #reuse #marianjazmik #contemporarytextiles #embroiderersguild #textileartist #MeetTheArtist #embroiderersguilduk #embroidery

Up-Cycle - Repurpose - Re-Invent - Re-imagine - Re-use. How do we Repurpose discarded Re-usable waste? Experimental Art! Marian Jazmik’s experimental textile art starts with household items that are readily available in most homes or garages. #experimentalembroidery #reuse #marianjazmik #contemporarytextiles #embroiderersguild #textileartist #MeetTheArtist #embroiderersguilduk #embroidery

BA Textile Design at Chelsea College of Arts allows students to take an experimental and creative approach to textile design. Ideas and conceptual thinking are developed through fashion, sustainability, interior and exterior design projects. Students will gain colour, design and materials knowledge within textile print, knit, stitch or weave. The course actively encourages a studio culture to develop alongside specialist textile workshops.

BA Textile Design at Chelsea College of Arts allows students to take an experimental and creative approach to textile design. Ideas and conceptual thinking are developed through fashion, sustainability, interior and exterior design projects. Students will gain colour, design and materials knowledge within textile print, knit, stitch or weave. The course actively encourages a studio culture to develop alongside specialist textile workshops.