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#2293 CutOuts Floor Pillows

The ‘CutOuts’ floor pillows were designed for the site specific exhibition ‘project #2293‘. The designs are a playful take on the shapes, texture and colour found within the Eichler home in which they were exhibited; modernist wooden panelled walls, globe ceiling lights, interspersed with brightly coloured furniture and the odd children’s toy. Inspired by some floor pillows seen in this photograph of Charles and Ray Eames in their living room in 1958, the ‘CutOuts’ floor pillows were designed as a set of six, to be stacked, switched around or used individually on the floor.

‘CutOuts’ Floor Pillows, Limited Edition of 5 of each design.

Size: 18×18″ / Material: Digital Print on Poly Linen / Filler: Organic Buckwheat Hull / Durable & machine washable

 

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Framed furoshiki

Lovely to see people enjoying my furoshiki on their wall! Yay! I keep meaning to frame one for home but still a haven’t got around to it …

zivastrnad_furoshiki_wall Photo from zivastrnad

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San Mateo Eichler Home Tour

Last weekend some of my pieces found new homes, picked up at the San Mateo Highlands Eichler Home Tour http://eichlerhometour.org/. Big thanks to amazing Ami who helped me out once again. We met lots of interesting people and toured some beautiful homes. Needless to say I left feeling super inspired!

 

 

 

project #2293

March 13th – March 18th 2017

A site-specific exhibition of suburban stories in curious times.

Lucinda Newton-Dunn, Martha Sakellariou and Christina Vervitsioti.

Three Royal College of Art artists and friends reconnect in Palo Alto, California after two decades living in different parts of the world. Using a suburban home as their source of inspiration, themes are explored around suburban life, architecture, domesticity and identity. This exhibition is designed to elicit visual stories about the house in which it is shown, the life of its inhabitants, its patterns and forms as seen from three different angles.

http://www.project2293.com

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47 textiles today

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Photos from 47 textiles today.

One week left! It’s your very last chance to catch this exhibition at Hikarie in Shibuya. Presented by D&Department project, this exhibition showcases textiles from across 47 prefectures in Japan. Link represents the prefecture of Kanagawa, where Link furoshiki are hand-printed. What a great idea, and it is a great privilege to be included!

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Start : 21st, November 2013

Close : 2nd, February 2014
Opening time : 11:00〜20:00
Address : 8F 2-21-1 Shibuya Shibuyaku Tokyo 〒150-8510

Link – at the Centre Pompidou.

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‘Objects’, ‘Folded Paper’ and ‘Dots’ Link furoshiki are now available at Centre Pompidou in Paris! http://www.centrepompidou.fr/

Link – Winter 2013.

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Yay, Link’s winter furoshiki are out! Please take a look …

My latest design ‘Dots‘ is available in blue, black and rust. The design continues along the theme of folding and wrapping. Hours of paper folding and experimenting went on behind the scenes, which was a lot of fun … perhaps I’ll share some sketches at a later date.

Also launched this winter season is ‘The Hida Express‘, another beautifully intricate design by Hannah Waldron (designer of the Maze furoshiki, Winter 2012) based on a train journey she took through the Japanese Alps.


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