Stitch witches. Student work from Goldsmiths College, London during the trippy textile era of the 60s-70s. Samples of unknown students experimenting with traditional techniques alongside psychedelic applications. via Goldsmiths Textile Collection PS: Hi! I’m back!
A few tank corps. 78th Division 6th Division 3rd Division 6th MG Battalion, USMC, 2nd Division 42nd Division 29th Division 7th, 13, 11th and 10th Divisions. 18th Division 39th Division – Graphic dynamite! Triangles, black cats, crescent moons, Native American profiles–World War I patches from various US division and battalions. via US Militaria images via TrenchBuff
Hi! New Friends weavings are here! Our new collection – Best Woof – is inspired by dogs and shapes. We made our first ever silkscreen print of a weaving in an edition of 25 of each color (blue and black), along with a large format photocopy poster - Dogs, Roving & Combs. And many new weavings, [...]
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 [...]
Textiles for beds, bodies and floors. Made in Mexico, Sierra Leone, Guatemala, Canada, Ohio. via Textile Museum of Canada
‘Black wings’, circle carpet, fringe trim. Made in China, ca. 1936. via V&A