• Tag: screenprinting

    “What Happens in Buddhism Stays in Buddhism” Furniture Collection by 56thStudio.

    22nd July

    It’s cool y’all – chill. Yellowtrace hasn’t become a blog about Buddhism. We are still all about crazy cool design and “What Happens in Buddhism Stays in Buddhism” is nothing more than a little bit of left-of-field thinking wrapped up with clever design which we hold so close to our hearts. Bangkok based 56thStudio is a creative collective that deals with quirky design and cutting-edge graphical matters. According to these guys, a piece of furniture can be inspired by and conceived from the strangest circumstances – even from a scandal. Their latest series “What happens in Buddhism stays in Buddhism” takes it’s cue from a story of a Buddhist monk who turned out to be a monumental crook.

    Art, Graphics + Illustrations | 2012 Archive.

    28th December

    01 | Unfinished Portraits by Colin Chillag. 02 | Human Paintings | Alexa Meade & Sheila Vand. 03 | Mark Powell’s Bic Biro Drawings on Vintage Envelopes. 04 | Embroidered X-rays by Matthew Cox. 05 | Digital Art by Andreas Nicolas Fischer. 06 | Neon Art by Daniel A. Bruce. 07 | Mind Bending Installations & Sculptures by Anish Kapoor. 08 | Paper Art by Lisa Rodden. 09 | Tillman Kaiser // The Truth And The Abstract Blues…

    Illustration & Graphics | 2011 Archive.

    26th December

    01 | Six Architects | Poster by Andrea Gallo. 02 | Stitched Illustrations by Peter Crawley. 03 | Mona Lisa Reinterpreted. 04 | Mary Corita | Guest Post by Kate Banazi. 05 | Cesar Del Valle | Interactive Illustrations. 06 | Salone del Mobile // Poster Art | Guest Post by Domingo Antonio Robledo…

    Interview | Mark Cawood of Publisher Textiles.

    8th June

    Can I just say how excited I am about today’s interview? Too, too excited! Please welcome to yellowtrace Mr Mark Cawood, owner and founder of Publisher Textiles which (sadly) remains one of the very few hand-screenprinting studios in Australia. Mark started the company with his former partner Rhynie nearly 10 years ago, where they worked together until last year before going their separate ways. Publisher Textiles started out by printing fabrics which were turned into clothing that was sold at Bondi and Paddington Markets. These humble beginnings funded their existence and the company grew from there…

    Mary Corita | Guest Post by Kate Banazi.

    27th April

    Kate Banazi is a Sydney based artist who creates pure magic with her visually arresting silkscreen prints. Seriously beautiful stuff. You may recall my little interview with her a little while ago. See – she’s really clever! I was lucky to meet Kate in person after I interviewed her, and I am happy to report that she is super lovely and just as vibrant as her delicious work. Oh, and she is also really funny. And I love that…

    Wallpaper Love.

    12th January

    I saw this incredibly beautiful wallpaper on Design*Sponge the other day and I simply had to share. This collection of wallpaper lengths is Kirath Ghundoo’s masters in textiles graduate project. Inspired by the Paul Smith Women’s/Menswear 2011 Spring/Summer RTW collection, this wallpaper is in-fact intended for Paul Smith boutique interiors. Ummmm… Mr Smith, are you listening? This is super cool and would be perfect for your stores. The wallpaper is screen printed with neon ink and foil finishes on an off white wallpaper…

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