Chromatic Typewriter Prints
Tyree Callahan has recycled (or upcycled, perhaps) a classic 1937 Underwood typewriter by replacing letters with sponges soaked across the spectrum with bright yellows, reds, blues and combinations thereof.
Send the Glitch Textiles to the Netherlands!
I’m raising money to take the Glitch Textiles project to the Netherlands, home of the Audax Textielmuseum in Tilburg. There, I’ll be working in the amazing TextielLab on newer, greater, finer, softer, stronger, bigger and better glitch textiles.
I can’t get there without your support though, so to sweeten the pot, I’ve come up with loads of rewards!
You love glitches; you love fashion, interior design, textiles and fabric arts; you need to back Glitch Textiles on Kickstarter.
Alexander McQueen VOSS Spring/Summer 2001
“In this collection the idea was to turn people’s faces on themselves. I wanted to turn it around and make the audience think, ‘am I actually as good as what I’m looking at?’ The show was staged inside a huge two-way mirrored box whereby the audience was reflected in the glass before the show began and then the models could not see out once the show started. These beautiful models were walking around in the room, and suddenly this woman who wouldn’t be considered beautiful was revealed. It was about trying to trap something that wasn’t conventionally beautiful to show that beauty comes from within.” -Lee McQueen