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Almudena López/ textile illustration

Almudena López/ textile illustration

henry moore textile design, circa 1950s    Interesting Henry Moore, I never knew he did any fabrics!

Sylvia Chalmers/Elizabeth Eaton "Feathered Friends" Furnishing fabric, screen-printed cotton In the V & A Pattern book "The Fifties"

||TEXTILES|| design by Abigail Gardiner - laser cut - embroidery - brights and neutrals - beading

Textile Design work by Abigail Gardiner Good grief, look at the deconstructed bargello beading.

Anni Albers - Truth to Materials, The Design Museum, London

Anni Albers - Truth to Materials, The Design Museum, London. Anni Albers was one of the most influential textile designers of the twentieth century. Her design work spanned different disciplines

Usar Objetos. Diseño Textil. Satisface la necesidad de hacer prendas y demas usando diferentes telas.

played a fundamental role in the development of the bauhaus school of weaving.the only woman to teach at bauhaus the centuries most important school of design.

Koonhor Textile Design SS 13 on Behance by The Strangely Good #Singapore. Fragments?

Koonhor Textile Design SS 13 on Behance by The Strangely Good Like the mix of geometric patterns with natural flowers

woven textiles design for fashion - jacket with ribbon weave structure; fabric manipulation; garment construction detail // miriam ponsa

Woven textiles design for fashion - jacket with ribbon weave structure; garment construction detail // Miriam Ponsa by Maija Ābele

Innovative shibori textile design with delicate, organic-inspired pale pink 3D bubbles using fabric manipulation techniques More

Innovative shibori textile design with delicate, organic-inspired pale pink bubbles using fabric manipulation techniques; fabric surface creation - reminds me of cells and disease

A blend of furniture and textile design is used in this graduation project by Kata Monus. The weave cleverly dissolves into the wood; an impressive and unifying detail.

Weave: A blend of furniture and textile design is used in this graduation project by Kata Monus. The weave cleverly dissolves into the wood; an impressive and unifying detail.

Textile design, by James Leman (1685-1745). Spitalfields, London, England, 1718.

Image of textile design, by james leman. spitalfields, london, england, 1718 by V&A Images

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