World Wide Fruit. Bountiful, juicy collection of stickers, organized by variety and alphabetically by company. via legufrulabelofolie + Hi again!! It’s been awhile since posting. I’ve been offline, out of the office — weaving — see here new-friends.us
I’ve got weaving on my mind. Wooden weaving combs made by Hopi (most gorgeous tool ever), assorted commercial dyed cotton, jar of goat hair for weaving, grass overshoe-twined weaving made by Unaliqmiut Eskimos, woven grass bracelet from Uganda and twined weaving basket made by Tlingit in the Western Arctic. Side note: New Friends have been working like crazy [...]
Europe, 1800s Russia, 1800s France, 1800s Macedonia, 1800s Macedonia, 1900s Palestine Nigeria, 1970s. Made by Hausa. + + + Shoe gazer. via British Museum Thanks Alex!
Dense deep collection of everything at the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology. Discovered thanks to this dog and its weird friend. 1. Men’s. The large disk clips onto the earlobe, whereas formerly the ear was pierced, the hole stretched, and a carved wooden plug of this diameter fitted into the hole. With increasing migration [...]
Colorful visions from the Yale Peabody Museum collections. 1. Necklace, Giriawa, East African Cattle Area 2. Navajo rug, Southwest 3. Fan. Made ostrich feathers, Sudan
Door, place—mats! All shapes and sizes from all around the world. I’m loving the degenerated quality of the images. They all look like ’80s video art to me. via Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection at the University of Wisconsin