Emma Warren Textile Design

Emma Warren Textile Design

Kinetic Energy – Print and Embroidery

Initial print placement ideas focusing on creating perspective with line and a play on scale.

Close up of some layers which include CAD design, multihead embroidery, hand chain stitch, domestic machine, and creating chains of beads to work up the samples to create perspective all layered on top or beneath graphic prints.

hand made beads made from rolled ribbed ribbon, beaded chains working onto of drawn and stitched chains.

My own photography using Diana SLR camera

Close up of beaded chains

My own photography using Diana SLR camera

The place I love most in New York is Brooklyn bridge, If you stand at one end it looks as if it could go on forever, as I looked up at the metal structure that held this beautiful creation it got me thinking about perspective and how the lines and abstract nature cut and pieced the New York skyline. This is a collection of highly innovative samples with techniques such as digital print , drawn thread work, multi head , and creating more 3D elements. The idea was to create a collection which could be interchangeable , one bold print layered on top of another or behind a beautiful inaccurate embroidery.

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