Photo by Tessa Neustadt A few years ago Emily Henderson asked Rebecca if she would make a custom piece of artwork for her home inspired by this pillow (which was on the cover of Emily's book!) Rebecca created the piece by potato printing, a technique she also used to make this fabric. Potato printing is a really easy
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Liza quiñones is a new york based textile designer, artist, and highly skilled screen printer. A native of new york, she was drawn to California to pursue an education in textile and fashion design at the academy of art. Having studied a range of things from photography to knitwear, she is continuously influenced by past and present experiences to design from the inside out, letting her work flow, repeat and evolve naturally. A thinker and seeker with an eye for seeing beauty where it is…
Commenced may, 2009, brisbane, australia by visual artist|facilitator sophie munns. Homage to the seed Project launched 2010. Based at SeedArtLab in Brisbane Northside since 2014. Visit Website, IG + FB for updates.