Julibooli coiled basket at craftser
Ed Rossbach, the basketmaker, weaver, and textile historian who changed the field of art in the fiber medium through his teaching, research, and writing, died October 7, 2002. He was 88 and had been in fragile health for five years + Ed Rossbach’s interest in baskets as a textile art began early in his career. With insatiable curiosity he has probed older civilizations to learn techniques and processes of making baskets and textiles. Through his exploration of rare weaves, netting, plaiting and dye processes he has emerged as a “harbinger of new departures and ideas”. ED ROSSBACH WOVEN PAPER BASKET.
No Boundaries: Contemporary Basketry
Recycled tin can end basket
Basket by Miriam Gray
Kathamuthu makes a laundry basket out of recycled magazine pages as part of the e-homemaker project.
Doug Johnston’s Basket-weaving Method Is An Ancient Precursor To 3-D Printing via abigal doan.
Book Intertwined: Contemporary Baskets From the Sara and David Lieberman Collection.
Recycled Easter basket
A Woman of Substance basket coiled from discarded silk blouses by Jackie Abrams