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Agapanthus Sunset map quilt, cartography ellennovember.com

Agapanthus Sunset map quilt, cartography ellennovember.com

Tactile Maps by Emily Fischer who researches digital information such as open source mapping to find a density of data that conforms to "Amish rules of quilting". Each resultant quilt is a tactile map.

Haptic Lab Creates Quilted Maps To Turn Wayfinding Physical

Adding street numbers and place names. _ Haptic Lab Creates Quilted Maps To Turn Wayfinding Physical

Valorie Goodwin, artist, architect, instructor, quilt artist

Valerie Goodwin quilt (Sold and I do miss this one!

"Over Udora". arrial depiction. 26"x20" Cotton and synthetic fabrics, lace, yarns, styrofoam. Hand and machine quilted.  Linda Broere

"Over Udora". Cotton and synthetic fabrics, lace, yarns, styrofoam. Hand and machine quilted

Mary Bryning | The Oxton Art Fair 2014 | The Williamson Art Gallery | Birkenhead, Wirral.

Three Ways To Present Your Artwork at an Art Festival

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Detail, "Out of the Box" by Sandra Lauterbach. This quilt is based on a map of Shanghai, China. Seen at the 2013 Road to California show. Photo by Elizabeth Eastmond at Occasional Piece-Quilt

Soundtrack : Courtney Barnett

Soundtrack : Courtney Barnett (tractorgirl.com.au)

Sheila Frampton Cooper - Quilts - Quilts - View From Above

Eszter Bornemisza fabric map art quilt (Hungary). The artist uses maps, circuits and urban design drawings to create layered surfaces that reflect the underlying mystery of history and the spiritual journey of people.

The artist uses maps, circuits and urban design drawings to create layered surfaces that reflect the underlying mystery of history and the spiritual journey of people.

Sunset needle felted art by Indrasideas on Etsy

Beautiful texture in this quilt Beautiful sunset in a flower meadow! This picture will look great in any interior - nice landscape! This is an original needlefelted and embroidered picture with size of x Absolutely unique!

'Hiroshima 2012' 86”h x 38”w by by textile artist Diane Savona "During a month in Hiroshima, I spent many days 'beachcombing' the river edges at low tide. I found ceramic shards, electronic bits...and glass fused by the blast 70 years ago. ( I checked with the museum: it is permissible to take these items). This map shows a section of the city nearest to the blast epicenter, with the rivers forming long black verticals, crossed by connecting white bridges."

map page items found while beachcombing the river edges near Hiroshima this map shows a section of the city nearest to the blast epicenter with the rivers forming long black verticals, crossed by connecting white bridges.

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