Stine Linnemann

My main inspiration for this project was a number of photos I took of worn down urban environment. I also had a variety of materials that inspired me indirectly: VHS tape, tinfoil, pill package, etc. I quickly learned that my traditional way of sketching wasn’t much good and it was a time of experimenting and learning-by-doing at the looms.


Natasha Mohide

Natasha Mohide, 23. The University of Brighton, BA Fashion & Textiles Graduate 2009. -specialism: Woven Textiles.   Design Background:  I am from a small town in Somerset, I went to the local secondary school, studying Art, Textiles and English Literature for my A levels. I decided from a young age that textiles was what I … Continue reading

Martha Steadman

Martha Steadman, 22. Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, BA (Hons.) Textile Graduate 2009. – specialism: Woven Textiles.    Design Background:   Before moving to London to do my degree at CSM, I studied at UWIC in Cardiff doing my art and design foundation. Before that I was fresh from comprehensive school where … Continue reading

Signe Rand Ebbesen

Signe Rand Ebbesen, 27. The Danish Design School, 2. year project about woven textiles, 2009. – department: Textiles.   Specialism: I have not completely decided yet, but I think it could be in woven textiles.   Design Background:  Before I started at DKDS I did some theater productions where I made costumes and props. I … Continue reading

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