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“Three Fire Words” Watanabe Takayuki ceramics exhibition  「三 火の言葉」 渡辺隆之 個展  #pragmata

“Three Fire Words” Watanabe Takayuki ceramics exhibition 「三 火の言葉」 渡辺隆之 個展 #pragmata

“Language of Fire”  Watanabe Takayuki ceramics exhibition begins at 12:00 Extraordinary pieces!  渡辺隆之 個展 12時から始まり 特別な! #pragmata

“Language of Fire” Watanabe Takayuki ceramics exhibition begins at 12:00 Extraordinary pieces! 渡辺隆之 個展 12時から始まり 特別な! #pragmata

Weaving techniques. First row left – right: Combination of random and coil weave, twist weave, beginning of random weave. Second row left – right: Loop stitch woven into a Dilly bag, loop stitch woven, random weave. Design Afrika workshop, Cape Town, South Africa.

First row left – right: Combination of random and coil weave, twist weave, beginning of random weave. Second row left – right: Loop stitch woven into a Dilly bag, loop stitch.

kulttuurisauna

kulttuurisauna - a must

Isle of Wight Scran Bag (Farmer's Lunch basket)

Tim Johnson - Basketmaking - The Isle of Wight Lobster Pot & Basketmaking Tradition

Upstream Sopheap Pich  (born Battambang, Cambodia 1971)  Date:     2005 Culture:     Cambodia Medium:     Bamboo, rattan, metal wire, and copper Dimensions:     118 x 39 x 39 in. (299.7 x 99.1 x 99.1 cm) Classification:     Sculpture Credit Line:     Lent by Tyler Rollins Fine Art Rights and Reproduction:     © The Artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art

Tresures inside Upstream Sopheap Pich (born Battambang, Cambodia Date: 2005 Culture: Cambodia Medium: Bamboo, rattan, metal wire, and copper

Africa | 3 baskets from the Tutsi people of Ruanda | Vegetal fiber and natural pigment dyes.

Africa | 3 baskets from the Tutsi people of Ruanda | Vegetal fiber and natural pigment dyes.