• Tag: textiles


    Video // Skinned by KNOL Ontwerp: Latex Casts of Buildings.

    18th March

    SKINNED is a collection of mould-casts of abandoned buildings in Amsterdam by design studio KNOL Ontwerp. The skin-like casts are as delicate as fabric.



    Damien Hirst x Alexander McQueen | A Film by Sølve Sundsbø [TV].

    25th November

    Damien Hirst’s highly anticipated collaboration with Alexander McQueen of 30 limited edition scarves is celebrated in a short film by Sølve Sundsbø.



    Yellowtrace Spotlight // November 2013.

    4th November

    Hello and welcome to the November 2013 edition of Yellowtrace Spotlight. In this month’s design news you can read about three Melbourne projects by Mim Design, Piccolo Architecture and Studio Equator; beautiful new products from Henry Wilson, Space Furniture, Adam Cornish, Yellow Diva and Designer Rugs; first ever collaboration between Dinosaur Designs and Jac+ Jack; new tech from DesignDaly and Stylecraft; new book by HASSELL; and finally a not-to-be-missed pop-up bar in Sydney designed by yours truly, also known as The Gumtree Garden – woohoo!



    Architectural Installations and Polyester Sculptures by Do Ho Suh.

    30th October

    Seoul-born artist Do Ho Suh is well known for his gravity defying, ghostly architectural installations and polyester sculptures. His work investigates the themes of the perception of our surroundings and how one is able to construct memory from a space…



    Mio Karo’s Fine Rugs & Textiles Inspired by Traditional Motifs.

    26th August

    Mio Karo is new brand of fine rugs, wallhangings, curtains and bedspreads handmade in Sardinia and inspired by traditional motifs. Sardinian born and London based Central St Martins graduate, Carolina Melis, is the creative director of the brand. The collection is designed by Carolina and entirely realised in Sardinia by local female artisans, using cotton and wool sourced from the island…



    Extreme Knitting by Danish Textile Designer Isabel Berglund.

    15th August

    Isabel Berglund is a Danish textile designer and artist. Her work is rich in fictitious narratives, her sculptures and installations create space within space that toy with the viewers perception of reality, scale, contrasts of textures. I mean, I seriously never thought knitting could be so playful, inspiring and super badass…




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