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LB2 studio (@lb2studio)
Crazy patterns on clothes!
Silvia Sutters (@astrangerview)
Fashion designer and patternmaker turned into avid quilter. Also @astrangerview on IG.
Janna Maria Vallee (@jannamaria)
I'm a textile-based artist making primarily woven wall hangings in natural and naturally dyed fibres. My retail business is Everlea Yarn and includes consciously sourced yarn dyed with plants, knitting kits and tapestry weaving supplies.
Experience designer, textile maker, photographer, vegetarian.
linette stevenson (@laquintaquilts)
Love quilting, art, photography & mixing mediums. Now I want to get better at each. IG: laquintaquilts
Kat Howard // Book Meat Studio (@kat_howard)
Poet. Book Artist. Fiber Artist. Maker. // Text + Textile + Texture // Hudson Valley // firstname.lastname@example.org
Aussie macrame artist and supplier of Australian cotton
Curator of The Creativity Project at Leland Ave Studios. Founder of FeelGood Fibers (feelgoodfibers.com). Contact me to collaborate! 🌈❤️
Carmen Vicente (@carmenvicentefibres)
Textile artist and teacher knitting, spinning, and weaving wool in Toronto, ON.
Rick Veerle (@rickandveerle)
Rick and Veerle met during their study at the Art Academie, they live and together for several years now. After a few years of making art separately they decided in 2011 to combine forces. This resulted in a colourful collaboration where paint and textile meet. Every work is an explosion of lively forms and colours that will shower the spectator with positive energy.
Artistic objects & lifestyle
Nichole Alvarado (@nicholealvarado)
Stitching all your pets since 2012. Magical hand embroidery by way of Portland, Oregon.
Nico Roxe (@nicoroxe)
Multidisciplinary New Media Artist + Electronic Musician
Miron Tee (@mirontee)
cybernetic poetry, asemic, vispo, real-time poetry, glitch, chaos, silence
Adwen Creative is an artistic collaboration that became a partnership in life. Through their art Neda and Wade Harrell explore the human need for finding patterns in chaos. By processing photography and illustration with computer software they manifest these patterns as visual adventures. The foundation of their work is the belief that a visual experience is a way to self program our internal pattern recognition systems.
Saskia Freeke (@sasj)
ART & CODE & PLAY / Daily Art since 01-01-2015 / Gif's / Patterns / Geometry
Mathew Preziotte (@preziotte)