TextileArt around the world
‘TextileArt around the world’, the latest edition from Textile-link, appears at the end of October.
A unique collection of a great variety of worldwide textile art joined together in one book.
Price: € 29.50
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Price incl. shipping US$ 47.00
Overview of published projects from Textile-link
New projects Textile-link
Textile-link is a platform for artists and designers with a passion for textile and paper. At Textile-link they may upload images of their work in their own archive. This way, they have a chance of getting their work published in one of the inspiring textile books that will appear through in-house publication of Textile-link.
One of the next projects with a collection of works from artists will be ‘Worldwide colours of felt’. This book will appear in autumn 2015. We would like to invite felt artists to create an archive or update their existing one. The closing date will be announced well in advance, through the newsletter.
Other textile artists are also more than welcome to upload their work for future projects.
Making extraordinary books together to inspire, share knowledge and enjoy, that is the idea behind Textile-link.
Worlwide colors of felt
For this project we collect works of art from felt artists from all over the world. Register to have the chance to get your work published.
Closing date by means of the newsletter
Natural dyeing - Grand Teints
In this handbook the Dutch dye-specialist Jantine Koobs will transfer the extensive knowledge in the field of natural dyeing, which she gathered through the course of many years.
The handbook ‘Grand teint’ will be published in the first half of 2015.
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