Conceptual Textiles Design - textured gloves translating human skin into material using innovative surface techniques // Renee Verhoeven

May 2016 - Conceptual Textiles Design - textured gloves translating human skin into material using innovative surface techniques // Renee Verhoeven

Fabric Manipulation with sculptural 3D textures conveying a sense of depth - textile landscapes; 3D surface design // Simone Pheulpin

Simone Pheulpin à la galerie des Ateliers d’art

Fabric Manipulation with sculptural textures conveying a sense of depth - textile landscapes; surface design // Simone Pheulpin // Empress of Style

creative fabric manipulation sample with three-dimensional design; beautifully inventive textile textures; textile surface creation

creative fabric manipulation sample with three-dimensional design; textile surface creation by Deepa Panchamia

Textiles Design with an elegant use of fold and shape repetition to create textural patterns; fabric manipulation // Amy Pliszka

Textile design with an elegant use of fold and shape repetition to create textural patterns - fabric manipulation // Amy Pliszka

Color Sepia Blog; Texture~<3

textiles - creative fabric manipulation with dimensional stuffed bubble textures accented with thread - raised patterns in fabric;

3D Textiles - bubble surface creation using shibori techniques to felt & dye machine knitted fabric - creative textile manipulation // Jeung-Hwa Park

Jeung-Hwa Park - Textiles - bubble surface creation using shibori techniques to felt & dye machine knitted fabric - creative textile manipulation //

3D textiles design using woven cotton to create shape & texture - fabric manipulation; contemporary textile art // Hitomi Nagai

Fiber Futures: Japan’s Textile Pioneers Carol Westfall first Guest Post is up. To Read FibernFutures: Japan's Textile Pioneers, click Guest Post Above;

Silk organza, shibori-technique, about 4 m long 1.40 wide. Shaped in the form of a human body. Made for an exhibition at desighhouse "Paustian" in Copenhagen 2003. Grethe Wittrock

Innovative heat-treated shibori textile design with delicate organic-inspired bubbles; fabric manipulation // Grethe Wittrock -- using silk organza

dyed cotton  OKAMOTO Yasuo is recognized for his development of a unique technique for surface designs on textiles which is simultaneously dyeing and painting. His use of blue pigment often endows his paintings with images that resemble the natural world, such as clouds in the night sky or the rippling surfaces of water.

blue : dyed cotton : OKAMOTO Yasuo is recognized for his development of a…

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