Category Archives: Textile
Mandy Besek is a young textile jewelry designer and she creates crazy things that people fall in love with. She love big, crazy tribal jewelry that makes you feel like a super hero.
Moho design, the specialists in innovative rug, with unique work that was recognised by Wallpaper in 2006 in the best textile category. Moho is a Polish creative studio motivated by their passion for design with a spontaneous and fresh approach to the skill of contemporary rug creation.
Moxy crochet is the manifestation of a desire to create beautiful, innovative crochet, and to provide employment for special people with creative hands.
Lia Cook’s extraordinary textile works are valued among collectors and Museums as the most exciting in her genre. Lia’s newest works include Dollface. When woven into this large scale, a kind of alchemy takes place in which the image comes to life, innocent but somehow menacing or even accusing in a way that ceaselessly fascinating.
Deryn Relph is a textile designer, with a love of colour, pattern and texture, who likes to think creatively about the use of textiles she designs and constructs.
“Although I specialised in knitted textiles for Interior use during my BA(Hons) Textile Design at Winchester School of Art, I merge this with previous upholstery and furnishing skills to create unique and contemporary solutions to an idea.”
Jane Foster is an illustrator living in UK. Her two main passions are screen printing and collecting vintage fabrics from the 50s, 60s and 70s. Her screen prints start off as ink drawings which are then added to screens for printing. She enjoys the process of drawing free hand and love combining screen printing with vintage fabrics.
Fancy Moon is the UK’s most exciting online fabric shop that’s bursting with beautiful natural fibre fabrics in every shade and hue imaginable! With style, quality and value at the heart of our fabric shop, they explore every continent to source gorgeous materials and witness emerging trends so that we can hand pick for you the very latest designs, seek out rare prints, and present the fabulous fabrics that we simply couldn’t resist! They love fabric, they can’t get enough of it and they take great pleasure in presenting to you our ever-changing collection.
Inge Jacobsen is doing very unusual embroideries – she is making a fashion illustrations using needle and thread. This project was a part of her final degree. Inge Jacobsen is a UK based artist who will graduate from the Photography program at Kingston University.
Like windows, floors and walls, the bed is another large, flat expanse and therefore an excellent area on which to display your hand-painted or printed textiles. Duvet covers, valances, sheets, pillow cases, bolsters and eider downs may all be decorated using any of the techniques you can apply to textile surface design – hand-painting, hand silkscreen-printing, batik, block-printing, stenciling etc.
We all love to have beautifully designed fabrics for our garments, home furnishings and other accessories. Have you ever thought, how these fabrics get their design? Who is behind creating the innovative textile designs? And how much effort goes into making a fabric which we might reject in just a few minutes? Do you know the textile designers and their creative but very complex work of textile designing?