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Graduate of Rhode Island School of Design for Graphic Design. Now resident of San Francisco, CA.
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lustik:

Knot Lamp - Maru Sun Kaku   (Photo: Teppei Tanimoto)
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tylerelizabeth:

Amazing thread installations by Faig Ahmed via It’s Nice That
tylerelizabeth:

Amazing thread installations by Faig Ahmed via It’s Nice That
tylerelizabeth:

Amazing thread installations by Faig Ahmed via It’s Nice That
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Re-GenerativeAn interactive inicial set
by: Gergely Bogányi
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twodotfive:

This identity design was selected to represent the University of Illinois’ senior graphic design exhibition at the Ispace Gallery in Chicago, 2009.
twodotfive:

This identity design was selected to represent the University of Illinois’ senior graphic design exhibition at the Ispace Gallery in Chicago, 2009.
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fuckyeahbookarts:

Hand-embroidered newspapers by Lauren DiCioccio
fuckyeahbookarts:

Hand-embroidered newspapers by Lauren DiCioccio
fuckyeahbookarts:

Hand-embroidered newspapers by Lauren DiCioccio
fuckyeahbookarts:

Hand-embroidered newspapers by Lauren DiCioccio
fuckyeahbookarts:

Hand-embroidered newspapers by Lauren DiCioccio
fuckyeahbookarts:

Hand-embroidered newspapers by Lauren DiCioccio
fuckyeahbookarts:

Hand-embroidered newspapers by Lauren DiCioccio
fuckyeahbookarts:

Hand-embroidered newspapers by Lauren DiCioccio
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see-so:

Shinji Ohmaki ‘s Liminal Air
see-so:

Shinji Ohmaki ‘s Liminal Air
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iheartmyart:

Unraveling credit card by Dimitr Tsykalov
via Craftzine
photojojo
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kirstywhitlock:

September 27th 2011
Talking Trash
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UK artist Debbie Smyth who uses hundreds of needles and delicate lengths of thread to create wall-sized installations. Via her website:

Debbie Smyth is textile artist most identifiable by her statement thread drawings; these playful yet sophisticated contemporary artworks are created by stretching a network of threads between accurately plotted pins. Her work beautifully blurs the boundaries between fine art drawings and textile art, flat and 3D work, illustration and embroidery, literally lifting the drawn line off the page in a series of “pin and thread” drawings.

Incredibly beautiful work, I would love to see these up close. Here’s a video interviewwith Smyth as well as a timelapse of one of her most recent installations. (via joetta maue and rhumboogie)