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2013-11-30

WONDERFUL INSPIRATIONS ON BLOG "SPOT ON: TEXTILES"

Today i present a wonderful blog, full of inspiration for all those who deal with Textile Design, especially knitting.
The blog is called "Spot on: Textiles" and is curated by Ditte Lerche, a talented Knitwear Designer who lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The blog review work of emerging designers, graduates and students.
Most of them are European and especially Scandinavian, but anyone may propose the publication of their work on the blog.
Ditte personally to carry out the selection of material that is sent, and then carries out in-depth interviews with the designers chosen.
One thing i really like about this blog is that it is published, as well as the pictures of the finished project, the phases of the design, with extracts of research book, inspiration boards, and very creative materials!
http://spotontextiles.com















2013-11-29

BEAUTIFUL COLOUR AND TEXTURE EFFECTS INTO JEWELS BY CHRISTINE DUMONT

Christine Dumont is a talented artist who creates polymer clay jewelry.
She is a teacher of this technique at international level (she holds workshops in the UK, Belgium, France, Spain, Switzerland, Austria and the Netherlands, as well as online).
Christine is also the founder of "Voila!"  (www.voila.eu.coma website for the community of polymerists.
Many of her creations, with beautiful color and texture effects, have received awards and prizes in international competitions.
http://www.allovercreation.net/



















2013-11-28

BEAUTIFUL MEXICAN FOLK PATTERNS INTO WORKS OBY HEATHER GALLER

Heather Galler is a talented and prolific artist who lives and works in New York. In almost 25 years Heather has painted many murals in restaurants, public places, offices and private residences. Paintings on canvas, murals and decorative tiles, Heather's works are characterized by a genuine Mexican folk style, with beautiful graphic designs, naive patterns, and intense and brilliant colors.
http://www.findfolkart.com/

















2013-11-27

GEOMETRIC PATTERNS AND PRINTING SCREENS INTO ROY LICHTENSTEIN'S MASTERPIECES

Roy Lichtenstein (1923 - 1997) was an American artist, one of the most famous exponents of Pop Art.
His rise in the art began in 1962 with a solo exhibition in New York. We are in the years in which the phenomenon of consumerism and pop culture explodes. The climate of serene confidence in the present and in the future are contrasted sharply to the previous existentialist pessimism; the magnified comics pictures created by Lichtenstein reflect the need to surround himself with new images, free of existential anguish.
It's his new way of contaminating the Arts with styles taken from "low" culture, with rich graphic patterns (screens of printed comics) and geometric motifs.
Over the years the Lichtensten style does not change, but begins an intense confrontation with the art of the recent past by results very originals. Lichtenstein, producing images such as comics ever, revisits all the major artists and styles of the twentieth century, from cubism to futurism and expressionism.













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