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7.27.17

Minimalist Blankets Turn Tiny Details From Money Into Tapestries

Designer Nick Hiller taps into an ancient tradition by using banknote designs and motifs for his range of jacquard loomed 'Currency Blankets.'

6.8.17

I'm the Only Latina Working for the Arkansas House of Representatives

"As a Mexican immigrant, who moved to Arkansas at the age of five, I have some pretty strong opinions [...] but I have to remain nonpartisan."

6.8.17

I'm the Only Latina Working for the Arkansas House of Representatives

"As a Mexican immigrant, who moved to Arkansas at the age of five, I have some pretty strong opinions [...] but I have to remain nonpartisan."

1.9.17

An Artist's Alter Ego Brings Otherworldly Textiles to Life

A Chilean creative producer is using an alter ego to call attention to the importance of handmade garments.

12.20.16

Textile Artist Makes Weaving Cool Again with Spun 3D Sculptures

The multidimensional canvases of Victoria Manganiello are spun and painted with organic fibers and pigments.

11.26.16

Poetic Textiles Tell a History Woven by Women

Francesca Capone looks at textiles as a poetic language that tells a version of history from a female perspective.

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11.16.16

Finnish Fiber Artist Exhibits 70 Years of Monumental Textiles

A new retrospective at Design Museum Helsinki celebrates influential textile artist Kirsti Rantanen.

11.15.16

Glitch Art Rugs Weave Technology into Tradition

An ancient art collides with the digital in Faig Ahmed's latest exhibition.

10.2.16

Get Wrapped Up in Whimsical Wall Hangings for the Modern Weaver

This fiber artist’s new book will teach you how to weave fluffy, colorful creations.

8.21.16

This Visual Artist Is Bringing Bauhaus Back

Translating Bauhaus to the modern experience requires you put down your iPhone.

8.19.16

Deconstructed Linen Reveals the Rich History Behind Indigo Dyes

Cassandra Holden is telling the lost history of indigo dye with 'Blue Gold'.

8.6.16

"F*ck Trump’s Wall": These Artists Turned Immigration Stories into Art

Heidi Duckler draws from an LA produce market where immigrants work alongside lifelong Angelenos for her choreography.

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