Being on Paros makes blogging more difficult for me so I make use of Facebook, volendo non volendo, while here.
However, Brod has inspired me to make an extra effort. What intrigues me is the use of one dress pattern and, via choice of fabric, create an infinite variation of styles.
Pattern from illustration by Debbie Powel
See Debbie Powel here.
Gouache & ink on Japanese paper, by Anna Kunz
The work of Brooklyn/Chicago-based artist, Anna Kunz, who has selected 30 of her rarely exhibited paintings on paper for our premiere launch of Uusi Studio. These paintings on Japanese paper are initially used by the artist to to generate a complex, interwoven vocabulary of light, color and form that later become part of her well known, larger scale work and installations.
Pattern from Illustration Leanne Shapton
Leanne Shapton likes to paint trees
Take a look at this dress, too.
Pattern from Illustration by Herta Ko
Couldn’t find any info on Herta Ko but did find this: Textile Designs of Josef Zotti.
‘New’ Patterns from Josef Frank.
Illustration from sampler quilt by Hortense Horton Beck,1990
Scroll down to see: Hortense Horton Beck Tells Her Story: I Wanted to Do Something Important.
Illustration from the book cover The Silver Bridge, by Nura, 1937
Nura, Nura Woodson Ulreich
Illustration from the book cover project by Julian Montague
There are many other dresses done using this same concept. I haven’t found any description regarding the process but would assume that these dresses are made using Photoshop.
PATTERN PEOPLE BLOG + Digital Fabric on the Runway + A Beginners Guide to Digital Textile Printing + Introduction to Digital Fabric Printing + Printed Matter Part II: Make Those Prints Yourself!
Samantha Warren for Martin Margiela at Slow Textiles Workshop! + Inkjet Printing on Fabric + Diy sTAMPS.
How to make a garland for your hair
Thanks. me gustaron los patrones de vestidos. Especialmente los de Julian Montague y Leanne Shapton.. un abrazo and besitos.
I love this thank you