Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 12, 2015
Greek artist Stratis Tavlaridis creates clothes out of flowing geometric patters cut in paper.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 22, 2015
On October 30th, 2015 HPGRP Gallery in Tokyo will be present "Don't Tread on Me!", Ben Venom's first solo exhibition in Japan. Working with repurposed material Venom marries the often poisonously and combative counterculture elements of outlaws, punk rock, and the occult with the softness of handicrafts.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 03, 2015
Artist Benjamin Shine's latest installation in Canberra, Australia are composed of more than 2000 meters of tulle fabric. "I began playing around with the idea of dancers because it was something I'd been working on, and I wanted to use the tulle because it links to dance and ballet," he told the Canberra Times. "And it's the first time they've been suspended from the ceiling as three-dimensional pieces that are like sculptures, and it's the first time I've used lighting to back light them so it's entirely new territory."
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 02, 2015
Self-taught Melbourne-based artist Phil Ferguson has been spending his free time creating these really fun crocheted hats based on different types of food. Our favorites so far are the mustard and ketchup, avocado, and of course the pizza. Which one do you want?
Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 07, 2015
Today, May 8th, 2015 Ever Gold Gallery in San Francisco will present Let’s Go All The Way, an exhibition of new textile works by Ben Venom. Working with repurposed materials, Venom combines the often menacing and combative countercultural imagery of biker gangs, metal music and the occult with the comforts of domesticity in a series of quilts and textile-based works.
Juxtapoz // Monday, January 26, 2015
Diane Itter was a pioneering fiber artist in the '70s and '80s and her work continues to beautify museum collections around the world.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Phillip Stearns is a New Media artist behind a Tumblr producing daily glitch screen shots. He took these screenshots and made them into textiles, blankets and tapestries. The glitched pixels translate perfectly into the weaves. "Glitch Textiles has grown to include a range of woven and knit wall hangings and blankets whose patterns are generated using images taken with short circuited cameras and other digital technologies..."
Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 18, 2013
Netherlands-based artist Wies Preijde's latest installation uses a series of hand-woven walls and combination of lines, colors, views and passageways to give the observer the idea of walking through a transparent home. The varied vertical, horizontal, and diagonal lines coalesce into rooms, windows, and other imaginary environments and passages. Visitors can move about the corridors and hallways of the slightly transparent fibre-woven walls.