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Monthly Archives: January 2011
“I sewed you a zoetrope” says Moxie This makes me happy for no good reason. [via Boing Boing]
Sometimes books change the way you think about your craft. I thought I’d start highlighting some books and exhibition catalogs that reset the way I thought about the potentiality of textiles, or re-opened doors I hadn’t considered for some time. … Continue reading
Manuel Rivera is an artist that I caught a glimpse of for one hour in a foreign land and was only able to bring back a catalog filled with images accompanied by words in a language I do not speak. … Continue reading
Harry Guild, where the hell are you? This one’s for you.
Concrete between fabric; you’re probably familiar with it if you’ve done any tile work in the last 20 years. Similar to the way drywall is plaster made stable between 2 sheets of paper, concrete board is given shape and stabilized … Continue reading
“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” -Juliet Capulet Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare The textile industry has long been addicted to re-branding the mundane in order to stand … Continue reading