Helen Amy Murray‘s textiles (mostly leather) create detailed 3D effect. This innovative feature caught my eye when I viewed her work at London’s 100% Design in 2005.
At the moment, I am exploring ways to bring a 3D element into my work and find this quite inspiring!
I have been considering who has inspired me as a designer.
Timorous Beasties. I like their contemporary twist on classic wallpaper prints.
I am interested in Mary Brogger‘s works having seen her piece entitled “Steel Curtains.”
In particular, I like the pattern and the also use of a heavy metal for what is traditionally a soft drape curtain. Quite a dichotomy.
Brogger’s mediums include site-responsive installation, sculpture, photography, fashion, jewelry, furniture, and light fixture design.
Looking at sources of inspiration on how to bring Nature into the home through home interiors.
This piece, “Jungle Rug”, by Maine-based Angela Adams is simply beautiful. I love the colours she uses, but I am especially attracted to the patterns, textures and raised elements.
Hi my name is Bronagh. I am currently studying MA Design: Fashion & Textiles at Bath Spa University, in the beautiful city of Bath.
I aim to develop my skills through research and creative experimentation within textile design.
This blog will document my thoughts, musings and research.