textiles

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material:       cotton fabric & threads, beads, mirror

technique:      inspired by Indian mirror work, this tiny piece is

                embroidered on indigo dyed cotton fabric using colorful

                threads, glass beads and little mirror

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material:       wool  |  woven

technique:      sewing folded edges of the fabric to create 3D shaped square

                surface that is rough on the face side and soft and bubbly on

                the back side

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material:       fibers of different qualities (organic cotton, hemp, flax,

                wool, dog hair), lurex yarn

technique:      avocado dye, non woven, needle punch machine

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material:       viscose satin

technique:      break-down print with pigment pastes

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Print design process:

 

(1) Selecting a few shapes from a watercolour painting

(2) Making a pattern

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(3) Designing digital pattern in b/w and halftone for texture, used for

    transferring onto the screen

(4) Two colours overprint on natural linen

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(5) Screen print with pink pigment paste on cotton calico

(6) Interior use for bedlinen

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Using printing & dyeing textile techniques to mimick the textures and feelings of the images

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original                                       textile print

material:       mercerized cotton

technique:      flour reserveage with black pigment dye

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original                                       textile print

material:       viscose satin

technique:      screen print, break-down overprint with reactive and pigment

                print pastes

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original                                       textile print

material:       mercerized cotton

technique:      shibori, space dyeing, break-down print with reactive dyes

                and a pearl pigment dye