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6,105 Likes, 131 Comments - adolfo serra (@adolfoserra) on Instagram: “Procesos "El bosque dentro de mí". Book process "The forest in me"”

6,105 Likes, 131 Comments - adolfo serra (@adolfoserra) on Instagram: “Procesos "El bosque dentro de mí". Book process "The forest in me"”

Textiles Sketchbooks , Inspiration for CAPI Students @ milliande.com, GCSE Textiles Sketchbook #textiles #sketchbook #portfolio #art with thanks to Textile Artist Liz Collinson

Textiles Sketchbooks , Inspiration for CAPI Students @ milliande.com, GCSE Textiles Sketchbook #textiles #sketchbook #portfolio #art with thanks to Textile Artist Liz Collinson

9,809 curtidas, 69 comentários - fiphie | alien | 20 (@fireflyfiphie) no Instagram: “grow and blossom my dear I filmed the process of these two pages. Wanna watch it? #artbyfiphie…”

9,809 curtidas, 69 comentários - fiphie | alien | 20 (@fireflyfiphie) no Instagram: “grow and blossom my dear I filmed the process of these two pages. Wanna watch it? #artbyfiphie…”

Adriane Colburn, Forest for the Trees, 2010. Paper, ink jet prints, aluminium, steel, ink, paint.  Building a set of hanging terraria out of emphatically man-made materials like steel, aluminum, and paper, artist Adriane Colburn made this work in an effort to isolate the effects and pitfalls of human efforts to contain and commodify natural processes.

Harrowing Works of Art Inspired by Climate Change

Adriane Colburn, Forest for the Trees, 2010. Paper, ink jet prints, aluminium, steel, ink, paint. Building a set of hanging terraria out of emphatically man-made materials like steel, aluminum, and paper, artist Adriane Colburn made this work in an effort to isolate the effects and pitfalls of human efforts to contain and commodify natural processes.

Asami Ohara is a textiles and embroidery designer, graduating the Glasgow School of Art in 2015. She creates unique abstract patterns and introduces new stitches with her knowledge of hand embroidery techniques. In her design process, photography and collage drawing are often applied to colour and composition analysis.

Asami Ohara - ArtsThread Profile

Asami Ohara is a textiles and embroidery designer, graduating the Glasgow School of Art in 2015. She creates unique abstract patterns and introduces new stitches with her knowledge of hand embroidery techniques. In her design process, photography and collage drawing are often applied to colour and composition analysis.

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