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Check out new work on my @Behance portfolio: "Study in Colorization" http://on.be.net/1OKEhng

Check out new work on my @Behance portfolio: "Study in Colorization" http://on.be.net/1OKEhng

Graduation Project 2015 This collection idea comes from "Roller Braid", which is my favourite activity when I was studying high diploma. It gives me energy, happiness and relaxing, so I would like to share these feeling through this collection. Moreover, using shoelace weaving and sewing method to be the details to increase the texture and sports feeling. Sharp colours gives me energy and happiness.

Graduation Project 2015 This collection idea comes from "Roller Braid", which is my favourite activity when I was studying high diploma. It gives me energy, happiness and relaxing, so I would like to share these feeling through this collection. Moreover, using shoelace weaving and sewing method to be the details to increase the texture and sports feeling. Sharp colours gives me energy and happiness.

A Notting Hill Townhouse Artfully Transformed by Sadie Snelson - Remodelista

A Notting Hill Townhouse Artfully Transformed by Sadie Snelson - Remodelista

Building your creative portfolio is very much like building a house...

Building your creative portfolio is very much like building a house...

Geometric stag tattoo by Chris Rigoni

Geometric stag tattoo by Chris Rigoni

Leonardo da vinci studies

Leonardo da vinci studies

Original art for sale at UGallery.com | Orange by Venus Winston | acrylic painting | 24" h x 12" w | http://www.ugallery.com/acrylic-painting-orange

Original art for sale at UGallery.com | Orange by Venus Winston | acrylic painting | 24" h x 12" w | http://www.ugallery.com/acrylic-painting-orange

The inspiration behind Karoline’s collection comes from her fascination with the sea, in particular corals. She wanted to study the free-flowing shapes, textures and vibrant colours and capture the qualities in a variety of methods and mediums. The technical aspect of re-creating these forms through a knitted medium found numerous challenges. From primary research Karoline transformed ordinary materials into complex and unexpected knitted pieces by combining yarns such as elastic and…

The inspiration behind Karoline’s collection comes from her fascination with the sea, in particular corals. She wanted to study the free-flowing shapes, textures and vibrant colours and capture the qualities in a variety of methods and mediums. The technical aspect of re-creating these forms through a knitted medium found numerous challenges. From primary research Karoline transformed ordinary materials into complex and unexpected knitted pieces by combining yarns such as elastic and…