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    Piper Shepard workshop titled:Exquisite Patterning or Good Neighbor, cut gessoed canvas

    Paper cut

    Amazing paper cutting artist!!

    Berlin-based artist 'rtmis' has created a new felt folding technique. A different profile for each side allows the combination of two different surface structures to integrate in one layer of material. It is flexible, and stable, so that it can be used for interior and furniture design or as a material in the fashion industry. Made of 100% wool. Nominated for leinemann foundation (hfbk) design award and was exhibited at museum for arts and crafts in Hamburg.

    Textile Strips - colour arrangement, frayed ends & texture; textiles surface design // Carol Gilbert

    3D Textiles Design - creative fabric manipulation with hand-sewn fabric, cut & opened up to form dimensional patterns in the surface // Giles Miller Studio

    cut paper art by Jeannie Thib.

    Matthew Harris - Dyed, cut and hand stitched cloth

    laser cut

    “Have another look to what we can do with fabrics, so different shapes, too much interesting stuff to create. Mika Barr just took this materials to create surprising designs. “

    2011 Surface Design Association Confluence Conference Awards. The work of these artists has been recognized for surface design innovation at an SDA Conference. Artist Susan Bowman - Meander |

    sophie munns 2010

    Kako Ueda's cut paper masterpieces

    To the Gramadevatas, Deborah Kapoor 2010, Encaustic, Fabric, Wire, Paper, Ink, Thread, 8.5 x 12.5 x .5 inches

    Canadian artist Myriam Dion transforms everyday newspapers into gorgeously patterned hand-cut pages. She uses an X-Acto knife to carve into ...

    Arte Narniano Ran Ortner - Swell, 2006 - oil on canvas 3D

    kristi malakoff ~ life size paper-cut may pole ♥

    Lucienne Day pioneer of contemporary design and one of my favourite textile designers of the 20th century

    Tim Harding sews and slashes layers of opulently dyed silks to reveal a myriad of colors that dazzle the eye. “I use a unique, self-developed physical technique (a complex, free-reverse appliqué), which makes use of the intrinsic properties of my materials while creating an interesting interplay of surface and structure.”

    graduate collection 'Wound' by Marit Fujiwara, BA Textile Design grad from Chelsea College of Art and Design. this is a detail from a dress. you must click through to see her full garments. absolutely amazing and so inspiring.

    from "Wall Hangings: Designing with Fabric and Thread", by Sarita Rainey