Just gorgeous.... I love both the skirt and blouse. <3
From the Romansa Gala collection of Didiet Maulana's IKAT Indonesia label, as showcased on art8amby's blog in May 2013 #ikat #Indonesia #fashion
A textile based on a tile. Peacoquette designs
Another Japanese delight.
This one reminds me of some early Marimmekko prints my mom framed and hung on our walls as kids.
The snaking waves. Love it.
Japanese indigo fabric with rice pattern. The first in a quick mid-summer tribute to blue and white.
A 1924 Varvara Stepanova textile. Stepanova was born in Lithuania, and inspired by the Russian Revolution to make functional textiles. Her use of geometric shapes and few colors shows how modernism influenced her work as well. #textiles #stepanova #1920s #modernism
Victor Vasarely. 1962. During the 1960's, Victor Vasarely designed textiles for Edinburgh Weavers, focusing on grids and modern designs. Vasarely became known as the father of Op Art as his career continued. #textiles #1960s #Vasarely #opart
In the 1960's, Celia Birtwell began to embrace her potential as a textile designer. In 1966, she designed this exquisite dress fabric, now on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Just recently Celia Birtwell worked with Uniqlo to design their Spring/Summer 2014 collection. #textiles #CeliaBirtwell #1960s
An Aha-moment about First Nations textiles, courtesy of Native American News. Read more at
An a-ha moment about First Nations Textiles, courtesy of Native American News. For more background, read http://bit.ly/WCWIPC
Jaipur Elephant Festival. This event happens on Holi eve. Elephants are decorated with brightly colored textiles and paints. In India, bright colors have become synonymous with religious traditions. #holi #india #culture #textiles
Beautifully crafted Indian wedding dress. The use of red in Indian weddings is meant to associate the bride with Durga, the Hindu goddess who represents power, strength and valor. #Hindu #Culture #Tradition #IndianWedding #Textiles
Ancient Chinese velvet textiles from 1063. The top textile features the chrysanthemum, which is a symbol of female beauty in Chinese culture. The bottom textile features a dragon, representative of strength, goodness and vigilance. Note the use of red, which is representative of the south, fire and the phoenix. This red was often considered sacred in Mongolia, and the color of joy in China. #textiles #velvet #ancienttextiles #culture
Visual Appreciation of the Arts of Winding and Tangling #Kevlar #Textiles #Crochet
vintage 40's chimayo jacket #Chimayo #Vintage #1940s #Textiles
Chimayo Toss Pillow #Chimayo #Pillow #Textiles
Chimayo Toss Pillow
Chimayo Purse -*-*-