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    PaperBag by B a s t i a n o

    Japanese “boro” paper, glued together from old ledger books, used in pawn shops to wrap goods

    Some Very Good, Old Boro Paper | Sri Threads

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    gerhard richter(1932- ), apples, 1984. oil on canvas, 65 x 80 cm.

    Gwen Samuels ~ Sisters | Childhood images printed on used dryer sheets sandwiched between printed transparency and fabric, hand-stitched | 40″h x 30″w gwensamuels.com

    Francesca Ferrari

    Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin pattern cups China ceramics

    Gianna Paniagua | Microscopic Series 3 | Hand cut Rives BFK and Rice Paper

    from the book Boro

    Bonnie Marie Smith

    Cha Jong-Rye

    it's not dyeing, but imprint... Lotta's words: "Queen Anne's lace is an excellent printing plant, occasionally a bit unpredictable, but most of the time its intricate impressions are amazingly clear and precise. The flowers and the seed heads need to be pressed for about 24 hours before being used. Once two-dimensional it is easy to coat one side with paint and press onto fabric."

    Dorothy Caldwell- stitched book

    Dudley Redhead: Experimental .. cont'd

    Dudley Redhead: Experimental .. cont'd

    dudleyredhead.blogspot.com.au

    Catherine Ulitsky " I have painted connections between the birds to show the entire flock as a faceted geometric shape."

    Hawaii; Date circa 1920-1921. Artist: Charles W. Bartlett (British, 1860 - 1940). Medium: Color woodblock print Dimensions: Image: 10 3/8 x 15 1/16 in. (26.4 x 38.3 cm) Sheet: 11 9/16 x 16 1/4 in. (29.4 x 41.3 cm). Gift of Anna Rice Cooke, 1927, to Honolulu Museum of Art.

    vintage matchbox label: vintage matchbox label