Ukrainian Women Bring Back Traditional Floral Crowns To Show National Pride A Slavic workshop of stylists and photographers called Treti Pivni (translates as Third Rooster) have decided to bring back one of the more amazing Ukranian traditions by giving it a new meaning. They’ve produced a portrait series of modern Ukranian women dressed in traditional Ukranian […]

Visited last week the exhibition “Couleurs désert” at the Zurich  Museum Bellerive and loved all the textiles, the story of the weavers and the couleurful carpets they had in their rooms. Out of materials that have served their purpose they create a new kind of applied art: in the Moroccan Sahara the women of a Berber tribe use […]

Before They Pass Away Jimmy Nelson (Sevenoaks, Kent, 1967)  is the photographer behind the book ´before they pass away´ where he pictures indigenous cultures in an astheticly beautiful way and is showing us the variety & beauty of those people. I had a chance to look into the book and cannot wait to buy it […]

  The design duo Clemens Weisshaar and Reed Kram from Kram/Weisshaar, create with their project Robochop an interactive robot installation. By inviting users near and far to play with the Robochop app to design, create and sculpt their own objects out of polystyrene foam. Starting March 5 the custom ROBOCHOP app will allow online users […]

Omar Victor Diop was born in Dakar, Senegal in 1980. Since his early days, Omar Victor Diop developed an interest for Photography and Design, essentially as a means to capture the diversity of modern african societies and lifestyles.​ ​ His work is interrogative and intriguing, prospective, yet a tad vintage and draws inspiration from Diop’s […]

The guy on these hilarious fun images wearing these extraorinary hat pieces is Melbourne-based artist Phil Ferguson. He learned to knit and crochet by watching YouTube tutorials and see there he owns now an own sector in this handcrafted field: Food Hats, which will definitly keep us warm in winter, if any of us want […]

Eleanor Rose  Kissick graduated in 2013 from University of Ulster Belfast in Textile art, and specifies in making miniature pieces of highly detailed work. To create her delicate pieces she uses traditional techniques in a non-traditional organic way, such as crochet, embroidery, smocking, needle lace and wire sculpture. Her inspiration comes mostly from nature. Wonderful.