The walking sculptures are made of plastic yellow tubes and look alive as they move, each leg articulating in such a way that the body is steady and level.
Next spring it will be all about color, or not. The burst of colors mixed with interesting textures and simple lines. Or you can wear black and white outfits.
artist" it's not just a legend. Scientist come with the explanation of why
creative people do things differently than normal ones.
Nanotechnology', an American college student has developed a shirt that is
impossible to stain - the Silic Shirt. The tops can resist any spills and
splashes including Coca-Cola, tomato ketchup, mustard, milkshakes, beer, ink
and even red wine.
London-based designer Amy Rainbow
Winters showed in a FashionWare area at the Consumer Electronics Show the dress
that changes its colors. The item is made of fabric with fiber optics woven in
and sensors in the sleeves.
Handicraft trend is not actually new. It has its roots in the rural crafts—the material-goods necessities—of ancient civilizations. Many specific crafts have been practiced for centuries, while others are modern inventions, or popularizations of crafts which were originally practiced in a limited geographic area.
One of the most helpful for a starter artist is Ezebee.com. The site offers small designers a free place to sell, a community and a lot of advices on how to grow their business. And the most important thing...it offers visibility in the big ocean of the handmade trend.
A sweater that checks your mood, lace made of strawberry roots or a dress that uses wood as textiles: the third edition of the Futurotextiles exhibition presents the intriguing alliance of textile innovation, high fashion and art.