Japanese textile artist, Mana Morimoto, is known for her quirky embroidery on paper and historical photographs. However, it is these pastel colored woven samplers that we find just as stimulating. You can follow Morimoto-san, aka MNMRMT, here on Tumbler and purchase her prints at Society 6.
Images: Courtesy of Mana Morimoto.
London and Stockholm-based multi-disciplinary artist and designer Hanna Waldron is well known for her amazing textile and tapestry designs. We are particularly liking her illustration style based on a grid-base image making process. There’s a rhythm in all her work where you can see the influences of line, pattern, texture and structures of her surroundings.
Images: Courtesy of Hannah Waldron.
Really liking these woven fabrics manufactured by Norm Coporation, produced in the south of India and sold under the Japanese brand, Dil Se Handloom. This collection not only includes the fabrics but also includes product extensions such as accessories and kitchen textiles. The collection can be purchased on Japanese online store, Post General Store.
Images: Courtesy of Post General Store.