Mary-Ann Hansen

Mary-Ann Hansen

Mary-Ann Hansen
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Foam Fences by Anton Hendrik Denys

Foam Fences by Anton Hendrik Denys

Jinnie Seo | Red Clouds (detail), 2014 | handwoven plastic straw structure + magnets

Jinnie Seo | Red Clouds (detail), 2014 | handwoven plastic straw structure + magnets

Jinnie Seo | Red Clouds, 2014 | handwoven plastic straw structure + magnets

Jinnie Seo | Red Clouds, 2014 | handwoven plastic straw structure + magnets

Lorraine Connelly-Northey | Lorraine Connelly-Northey's Narbong (String Bags) made from recycled ...

Lorraine Connelly-Northey | Lorraine Connelly-Northey's Narbong (String Bags) made from recycled ...

wallworks, 2005 // elizabeth whyte schulze

wallworks, 2005 // elizabeth whyte schulze

Kendall Buster creates huge sculptural works inspired by the molecular world | Pokate

Kendall Buster creates huge sculptural works inspired by the molecular world | Pokate

Hundreds of colourful bristles emanate from headdresses in Maiko Takeda's millinery collection, presented at the Royal College of Art fashion show earlier this week.

Hundreds of colourful bristles emanate from headdresses in Maiko Takeda's millinery collection, presented at the Royal College of Art fashion show earlier this week.

This photo exemplifies the bold rhythmic patterns Jun Kaneko likes to use on the surface decoration of his giant ” 3d canvases “

This photo exemplifies the bold rhythmic patterns Jun Kaneko likes to use on the surface decoration of his giant ” 3d canvases “

50 Unexplainable Black & White Photos. I have so many mixed emotions after looking at these, and I can sum them all up with one word: Why?

50 Unexplainable Black & White Photos. I have so many mixed emotions after looking at these, and I can sum them all up with one word: Why?

Sarah Taylor woven fibre optics. My interests lie in the exploration of light within cloth. Since the mid-1990s I have specialised in light-emitting material exploiting optical fibres within woven textiles and design-led artefacts. I use traditional, craft-based processes in conjunction with digital technologies to create novel, time-based aesthetics. The nature of my practice is cross-disciplinary.

Sarah Taylor woven fibre optics. My interests lie in the exploration of light within cloth. Since the mid-1990s I have specialised in light-emitting material exploiting optical fibres within woven textiles and design-led artefacts. I use traditional, craft-based processes in conjunction with digital technologies to create novel, time-based aesthetics. The nature of my practice is cross-disciplinary.