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Sponge Carpet was part of the exhibition Eat Drink Design during the Dutch Design Week Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Photographs by Ruud Balk and WE MAKE.

[Above, Elizabeth James's  wood block collection.]  [Robshaw with Martha Stewart  via John Robshaw Textiles. ]  So, what has it been? More ...

going to try this w/ my Indian printing blocks. Indian printing blocks with turquoise stain

Thread sculptures tires by adrian esparza

Texas based artist Adrian Esparza deconstructs and then reconstructs Mexican sarape blankets, viewing them as “an evolving self-portrait.

The Dutch design collective is known for installations of intricate patterns assembled from everyday objects, including colored sponges, dry pasta and deflated balloons. Their “Umbrella Carpet employs fancy-drink umbrellas. Photo by Ewout Huibers.

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Amazingly Intricate Carpets Made Out of Everyday Objects

Sponge Carpet was part of the exhibition Eat Drink Design during the Dutch Design Week Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

General Pencil Parade!

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General Pencil Company, great pencils, charcoal pencils, etc.

modern furniture with embroidery on wood and felt

Latest Trends in Embroidered Felt or Wooden Furniture and Decor Accessories

Rug Canevas Collection designed by Charlotte Lancelot. Pink rug that delivers intense color anywhere it is placed. Made with classic technique cross stitch

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