According to Mariko Kusumoto: “I am fascinated by the potential of common materials like polyester, nylon, and cotton, and my goal is to bring out each fabric’s inherent characteristics and beauty. Continue reading »
Spectacular still life shots by Neal Grundy, a gifted photographer, and artist currently based in London, United Kingdom. Neal specializes in product and freeze motion photography. Continue reading »
According to Rachel Austin: “I’m Rachel Austin, a textile artist from The Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire.
Greatly inspired by nature and my beautiful surroundings, I love the challenge of working out how to cut fabric pieces, which when sewn together and stuffed, form realistic-looking animals. I mainly use unwanted faux fur fabric and hand sew it into tactile pieces of art. So far I’ve created animals from little birds to life-size badgers! I hope you enjoy seeing them as much as I enjoy making them.” Continue reading »
Like most that read this article, German artist Menja Stevenson has had her fair share of rides in city buses and trains, each of which has forced her (and you) to sit on top of garishly designed uniform seating. The fabric, as investigated by this article on the BBC, is not only made to outlast spills and stains, but also trends, as many of the painfully drab designs can last a decade or more. Continue reading »
According to artist Nasheet Shadani: “In collaboration with Taxi Fabric, here is Delhi’s first designer auto rickshaw. Standing magnificently amidst the starry night is Humayun’s Tomb. Drawing inspiration from Delhi’s rich history and Mughal heritage, I believe that it encompasses the true spirit of Delhi.” Continue reading »