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Hand embroidery, boho home decor and accessories.
Sara Auman Smith (@saumansmith)
Mónica Leitão Mota, fibre artist (@monicasthreads)
Mixed media and fibre artist in Canada
My work explores the relationship between transparencies and opacities and their successive, infinite number of shades, textures and colours.
I make stitched drawings using recycled fabrics collected and preserved with the only intention of cutting, layering and stitching them in a way that aims to capture light, contrast and depth.
The tactile contrasts obtained by the graphic stitched lines and the source materials that I use, like the organza, translate the essential drive and inspiration of my current artwork.
Aussie macrame artist and supplier of Australian cotton
stephanie barker (@themakersheart)
•Home-textiles for the eco-conscious
•Made with natural, organic &recycled fibres
•Vegan range coming soon
•Online store opening March 2017
Utah girl, born & raised. Started out crocheting, got addicted to spinning, taught myself to knit, then decided to dye both fiber & yarn.
My yarn stash is pretty much larger than it should be.
Contemporary handmade products.
Ich mache Tücher als Teorikatasoumoku
Old School Embroidery & more...
Frances Roddick (@frances-eve)
Collage, multi-media artist
Ruben Marquez (@broobs)
San Francisco artist.
Louise Mertens (@louisemertens)
Fine Art Studio
Covers, Art, Visual Concepts
Jean-Charles Amey (@jarlescheanyema)
dad & designer, living the question
Joe Castro (@joecastro)
Pennsylvania-based collage artist, musician, painter and designer. His work has been exhibited in galleries across the United States and Europe.
Visual artist based in Madrid
Sound & Handmade collage
I'm a low-tech, surreal collage artist and amateur photographer originally from Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. I currently live in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Aria Anastasiou (@aria_anastasiou)
Architect + Creative @ IDEABAR Studio
Analog Wanderer in a Digital Universe
Life in Monochrome with a dash of Hue
Minimalism | Zen | Wing Chun
Tess Johnson (@tessjohnson)
Tess sees the world through a multi-colored lens. Nature, colors, shapes, light, layers, and fashion all lend a hand in where she finds most of her inspiration to create.
"I enjoy observing life in different ways and creating those things I see and feel through art. This is what makes me happy."
From collaging, paint, sewing, to set design, Tess loves to get her hands on anything she can. A recent graduate from Columbia College Chicago, Tess and her husband Connor Johnson are currently living in Los Angeles and looking forward to their future endeavors as artists and entrepreneurs.