The Cutting Class | Fundamentals of Pattern Making: Moving Darts by Cut and Spread
More dart manipulation (bodice, pattern making) | Patternmaking for Fashion Design | How to Draft Sewing Patterns | Pattern Fitting | How to Design Sewing Patterns
UAL: Portfolio – Portfolio for UAL students
Showtime is the University of the Arts London online space specially designed for the degree show season.
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Abigail Reynolds' Folded Photography!
Today is a photographic feature to showcase the modern photo collages of British artist Abigail Reynolds. Abigail carefully creates collages by combining pages from old books, atlases, encyclopedias and travel journals together, usually of urban and sometimes rural scenes. Abigail cleverly selects photos that have been taken from different angles, at different times and printed in different places but that capture the same thing. She then builds her photo collages, often by positioning a…
The Design Walker
I work with creative and design oriented companies and professionals to let them enhance their designs. What do I do? I define myself a problem solver for creatives and designers. With this blog I want to celebrate good designs and spread the word to the world.
Maurizio Anzeri's embroidered photographs make patterns of the past
Sean O'Hagan: The British-based Italian artist adds coloured thread to found photographs, covering and subverting the poignancy that attends all discarded images
Sketchbook Pages : Chrissy Angliker (Artist Research)
This double page includes my own research of Chrissy Angliker who incorporates drips into her work which is either composed of portraits, landscapes, shapes etc. Since this is the basic theme she uses throughout her work i found it very inspiring in terms or the lively effect it creates. Because she uses vibrant hues, i found it exciting and worth being influenced by in my developing work.