Giles #LFW. "In South African townships the i’khothane craze got teenagers burning designer clothes. They do it to prove that they're so rich that expensive possessions mean nothing."
Shag bark hickory
Silk organza, shibori-technique, about 4 m long 1.40 wide. Shaped in the form of a human body. Made for an exhibition at desighhouse "Paustian" in Copenhagen 2003.
Laser cut leather with intricate patterns inspiredly reptile skin; fabric manipulation; textiles design // Daniela Evans
Aaron Siskind, Jerome, Arizona
Broken windows on one of the buildings at the former Atlas Steel plant in Welland. by Dave Johnson
Grey Silk Fibre Dress - creative textiles surface design exploring the idea of impermanence - textiles for fashion // Shirley Buchan
Fabric Manipulation - innovative textiles design with bubbly textures; fabric treatment // Bart Hess