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3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours

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3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours

Colour nom fer1972:

3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours

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3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours

Colour nom fer1972:

3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours

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3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours

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3D Paper Patterns by Maud Vantours

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I just discovered the work of dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer. She works on her own range of interior textiles as well as various collaborations such as the Yeah rug seen in the first picture.
I love her use of pattern and colour and her photographs of her work always have a certain sensitivity to them.
Her website: http://www.mae-engelgeer.nl<
Interiew: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/detail/35787-ones-to-watch-mae-engelgeer/ I just discovered the work of dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer. She works on her own range of interior textiles as well as various collaborations such as the Yeah rug seen in the first picture.
I love her use of pattern and colour and her photographs of her work always have a certain sensitivity to them.
Her website: http://www.mae-engelgeer.nl<
Interiew: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/detail/35787-ones-to-watch-mae-engelgeer/ I just discovered the work of dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer. She works on her own range of interior textiles as well as various collaborations such as the Yeah rug seen in the first picture.
I love her use of pattern and colour and her photographs of her work always have a certain sensitivity to them.
Her website: http://www.mae-engelgeer.nl<
Interiew: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/detail/35787-ones-to-watch-mae-engelgeer/ I just discovered the work of dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer. She works on her own range of interior textiles as well as various collaborations such as the Yeah rug seen in the first picture.
I love her use of pattern and colour and her photographs of her work always have a certain sensitivity to them.
Her website: http://www.mae-engelgeer.nl<
Interiew: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/detail/35787-ones-to-watch-mae-engelgeer/ I just discovered the work of dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer. She works on her own range of interior textiles as well as various collaborations such as the Yeah rug seen in the first picture.
I love her use of pattern and colour and her photographs of her work always have a certain sensitivity to them.
Her website: http://www.mae-engelgeer.nl<
Interiew: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/detail/35787-ones-to-watch-mae-engelgeer/ I just discovered the work of dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer. She works on her own range of interior textiles as well as various collaborations such as the Yeah rug seen in the first picture.
I love her use of pattern and colour and her photographs of her work always have a certain sensitivity to them.
Her website: http://www.mae-engelgeer.nl<
Interiew: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/detail/35787-ones-to-watch-mae-engelgeer/ I just discovered the work of dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer. She works on her own range of interior textiles as well as various collaborations such as the Yeah rug seen in the first picture.
I love her use of pattern and colour and her photographs of her work always have a certain sensitivity to them.
Her website: http://www.mae-engelgeer.nl<
Interiew: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/detail/35787-ones-to-watch-mae-engelgeer/ I just discovered the work of dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer. She works on her own range of interior textiles as well as various collaborations such as the Yeah rug seen in the first picture.
I love her use of pattern and colour and her photographs of her work always have a certain sensitivity to them.
Her website: http://www.mae-engelgeer.nl<
Interiew: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/detail/35787-ones-to-watch-mae-engelgeer/ I just discovered the work of dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer. She works on her own range of interior textiles as well as various collaborations such as the Yeah rug seen in the first picture.
I love her use of pattern and colour and her photographs of her work always have a certain sensitivity to them.
Her website: http://www.mae-engelgeer.nl<
Interiew: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/detail/35787-ones-to-watch-mae-engelgeer/

I just discovered the work of dutch textile designer Mae Engelgeer. She works on her own range of interior textiles as well as various collaborations such as the Yeah rug seen in the first picture.

I love her use of pattern and colour and her photographs of her work always have a certain sensitivity to them.

Her website: http://www.mae-engelgeer.nl<

Interiew: http://www.interiordesign.net/articles/detail/35787-ones-to-watch-mae-engelgeer/

Wonderful little things

(Source: desert-dreamer)

rolandmouret:

Fortunato Depero, Giocattolo ‘Pappagallino’, 1917

(Source: No-other-thrill)

chimerahellden:

sssssssshhhhhhhhh:

fuckin-pasta:

2k58:

thank you

YOU TOOK THE DOTS OFF THE BOWL

This gives me such a sense of satisfaction is that weird
Especially the cars

This feels strangely relaxing. This technique might be really good for anxiety :0
chimerahellden:

sssssssshhhhhhhhh:

fuckin-pasta:

2k58:

thank you

YOU TOOK THE DOTS OFF THE BOWL

This gives me such a sense of satisfaction is that weird
Especially the cars

This feels strangely relaxing. This technique might be really good for anxiety :0
chimerahellden:

sssssssshhhhhhhhh:

fuckin-pasta:

2k58:

thank you

YOU TOOK THE DOTS OFF THE BOWL

This gives me such a sense of satisfaction is that weird
Especially the cars

This feels strangely relaxing. This technique might be really good for anxiety :0
chimerahellden:

sssssssshhhhhhhhh:

fuckin-pasta:

2k58:

thank you

YOU TOOK THE DOTS OFF THE BOWL

This gives me such a sense of satisfaction is that weird
Especially the cars

This feels strangely relaxing. This technique might be really good for anxiety :0
chimerahellden:

sssssssshhhhhhhhh:

fuckin-pasta:

2k58:

thank you

YOU TOOK THE DOTS OFF THE BOWL

This gives me such a sense of satisfaction is that weird
Especially the cars

This feels strangely relaxing. This technique might be really good for anxiety :0
chimerahellden:

sssssssshhhhhhhhh:

fuckin-pasta:

2k58:

thank you

YOU TOOK THE DOTS OFF THE BOWL

This gives me such a sense of satisfaction is that weird
Especially the cars

This feels strangely relaxing. This technique might be really good for anxiety :0
chimerahellden:

sssssssshhhhhhhhh:

fuckin-pasta:

2k58:

thank you

YOU TOOK THE DOTS OFF THE BOWL

This gives me such a sense of satisfaction is that weird
Especially the cars

This feels strangely relaxing. This technique might be really good for anxiety :0
chimerahellden:

sssssssshhhhhhhhh:

fuckin-pasta:

2k58:

thank you

YOU TOOK THE DOTS OFF THE BOWL

This gives me such a sense of satisfaction is that weird
Especially the cars

This feels strangely relaxing. This technique might be really good for anxiety :0
chimerahellden:

sssssssshhhhhhhhh:

fuckin-pasta:

2k58:

thank you

YOU TOOK THE DOTS OFF THE BOWL

This gives me such a sense of satisfaction is that weird
Especially the cars

This feels strangely relaxing. This technique might be really good for anxiety :0
chimerahellden:

sssssssshhhhhhhhh:

fuckin-pasta:

2k58:

thank you

YOU TOOK THE DOTS OFF THE BOWL

This gives me such a sense of satisfaction is that weird
Especially the cars

This feels strangely relaxing. This technique might be really good for anxiety :0

chimerahellden:

sssssssshhhhhhhhh:

fuckin-pasta:

2k58:

thank you

YOU TOOK THE DOTS OFF THE BOWL

This gives me such a sense of satisfaction is that weird

Especially the cars

This feels strangely relaxing. This technique might be really good for anxiety :0

(Source: head-in-my-heart1129)

actuallygrimes:

borngold:

somehow i slept on this last year and now it’s one of my favorite things

h/t to jesse locke

the intro is long but wait for it — song and video are so good

Not surprised to see Missy is behind this, but yeah that intro is annoying. The rest is dope though!

artspotting:

Louise Bourgeois, Ode à l’oubli, Fabric book with hand-embroidery and lithographed cover, 2002 via MoMa

Rachel Sussman shows photographs of the world’s oldest continuously living organisms 

Link to Ted: http://www.ted.com/talks/rachel_sussman_the_world_s_oldest_living_things

arwenchou:

Ventura Hive 
Via Dei Canzi 19
20134 Milano, Italy

General Opening hours
All locations (free entrance)
Tuesday 8 April – Saturday 12 April: 10:00 – 20:00
Sunday 13 April: 10:00 – 18:00
Open Evening: Wednesday 9 April: 20:00 – 22:00

Extended Opening Hours
Ventura Living Room: Via Ventura 14, 20134 Milano
Tuesday 8 April – Saturday 12 April: 09:00 – 23:00
Sunday 13 April: 09:00 – 18:00

Do yourself a favour and visit this if you have the chance:

fyeahwomenartists:


Sheila Hicks
Linen Lean-To (1967-68)
Tapestry Bas-Relief

intheheatherbright:

Moth Caterpillars.

Arthur Mee, ed. The Children’s Encyclopedia, vol. 9 (London: The Educational Book Company, no date).

Love these little guys

texturesandtextiles:

Making of the CHANEL F/W ‘13/14 Haute Couture

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Holy shit, these textiles are fucking amazing. Pardon my french! But they really are.

poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.
poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.
poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.
poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.
poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.
poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.
poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.
poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.
poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.
poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.

poisonedreams:

Harry Clarke. Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination. 1919.

(Source: magictransistor)