Tulle & Candyfloss/ Karen Casper
Whitworth Art Gallery Tactile Too Project in Manchester, Coraline, 20013
Manchester Museum, Violet and Ventalina, November 2013.
X Factor tour, Bespoke headpieces, 2013
She tends to work with a variety of media and techniques such as;
disposable film (headdresses)
embroidery  (hand and machine)
fabric manipulation
quilting
print
http://www.tulleandcandyfloss.co.uk
tulle 3
 

Laura Edgar
The Found Gallery, ‘Solace Found’ mixed media textile art
North East Art Collective Gallery
The Allendale Forge Studios, Allendale Village, Northumberland
She worked mainly with;
embroidery (hand and machine)
fabric manipulation
paint (on fabric)
Her main website is
http://www.lauraedgar.co.uk
but she also sells her work on;
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LauraArtandTextiles
http://folksy.com/shops/lauraedgar
http://www.spottedsheep.com/
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Matthew Williamson
graduated Central St Martins London in 1994
Debuted his collection Electric Angels at London Fashion week in 1997
Design Museum London, exhibited his work, Matthew Williamson,10 years Fashion in fashion, 2007
He received the Red Carpet Designer award at the British Fashion Awards in 2008
He is primarily known as a fashion designers, but its his work in fashion illustration that interests me.
http://www.matthewwilliamson.com/
matthew williamson

Annemette Beck
Recycled Bicycle Tire Rug
Hand woven Panels for Chanel
Materials often used are;
paper yarn
rubber
metal threads such as silver, copper, brass or stainless steel
lurex
crystals
coated polyester
recycled bicycle tubes
plant fibres
wool
http://www.annemette-beck.dk/
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Lindsay taylor
February 2010 “Climate Change” Open Competition, Rhyl, Denbigshire.
May 2013 “Collet” Project Space Saatchi Gallery, London
October 2010 “My Secret Garden” Solo Show, The Knitting and Stitch Show, Alexandra Palace, London
Techniques used are;
freehand machine embroidery
traditional hand embroidery
painting
dyeing
quilting
moulding
felting
sculpting
beading
wiring
appliqué
Lindsay Taylor Embroidered art (book) launching on the 1st August 2013
http://www.lindsay-taylor.co.uk/home.htm
http://lindsaytaylorembroiderer.blogspot.co.uk/
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Donna Wilson
Studied at the royal college of art
Started up her own company in 2003
Won Designer of the year at Elle Decorations British Design Awards 2010
Exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculptor park called Endangered Species is currently running
All her work is knitted or woven, however for the brand she does sell some items with images printed onto, such as ceramic cups and plates.
http://donnawilson.com/
http://donnawilsonsblog.blogspot.co.uk/
http://birdieandbear.blogspot.co.uk/
donna1


Craig Green
Studied at Central St Martins
Craig Green Man, London Collections, London Fashion Week
He is primarly a fashion designer, but his work are more like sculptors, he even hand dyes some of his pieces.
http://www.dazeddigital.com/fashion/article/16381/1/man-craig-green-menswear-s-s14
http://inhalemag.com/risk-taker-fashion-designer-craig-green/
http://craig-green.com/
http://www.dazeddigital.com/fashion/article/16381/1/man-craig-green-menswear-s-s14
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Hella Jongeriuslab
Graduated Eindhoven Design Academy in 1993
Agenda, October 2013: Jongeriuslab at the Van Abbemuseum
Her work varies from using embroidery to ceramics and in some cases, two extremes like these in the same piece
She has recently produced a book, called Misfit
http://www.jongeriuslab.com/

Anna Hepler
BLOOM, at Suyama Space in Seattle, May 2011
Feature article in Surface Design – Spring issue 2011
She won, mid-carreer woman artist, Best Solo Show by a regional artist, for Makeshift at the Portland Museum of Art and Best Sculpture, for The Great Haul at New England Art Awards, 2010.
Makeshift at the Portland Museum of Art
Over the past few years her sculptors are inflated and made from plastics so that over time they deflate.
However, when i look at her work, its the initial drawings that I like, she used a combination of media such as;
bleach
tip ex
colored paper
http://www.annahepler.com/
http://annahepler.blogspot.co.uk/
Anna1

Annie Bascoul
Lost in Lace 2010
Studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris
National Museum of History Taipei, Taiwan 2007
Collections include Bibliothèques Nationale de France and du Luxembourg.
She uses traditional needlepoint lace of Alençon.
http://www.aestheticamagazine.com/blog/an-unending-series-of-connections-lost-in-lace-gas-hall-bmag-birmingham/
http://lostinlace.org.uk/annie-bascoul
Annie1

julian hurst

janine antoni

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker

peter pilotto

owens and kim

abbey watkins

natalie lines

moth and magpie (vintage)

Karen Barbe

LondonKillsMe

james brown (printmaker)

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