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Indie craft / by Jo Waterhouse.

By: Waterhouse, Jo.
Contributor(s): Levine, Faythe, 1977-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Laurence King, 2010Description: 128 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781856696968 (pbk.); 1856696960 (pbk.).Subject(s): Algebra rodstva | Números anejos de RILCE | Pamphlet (United States. Office of Personnel Management) | Handicraft | Art | Indie-Craft | Handicraft in art | Textile crafts -- 21st century | Art, Modern -- 21st century | Textile craftsDDC classification: 745.5
Contents:
Diem Chau -- Angela Chick -- Craft Guerrilla -- Phil Davison -- Erin Dollar -- Marloes Dukyer -- Jenny Hart -- Kate Jenkins -- Knit the City -- Knitta please -- Kup Kup Land -- Jacinta Lodge -- Joetta Maue -- Eva Monleón -- Moxie -- Sarah Neuburger -- Tania Patritti -- Emily Peacock -- Shauna Richardson -- Amy Rue -- Naomi Ryder -- William Schaff -- Severija -- Matte Stephens -- Vivienne Strauss -- Tada's Revolution -- Patricia Waller -- Kate Westerholt -- Howie Woo.
Summary: This text showcases the new wave of cool crafting quirky, cutting-edge, craft-based artwork, often called indie craft or D.I.Y. craft. While the methods and disciplines are often traditional such as embroidery, crochet, knitting, cross-stitch, tapestry, needle felt and plush-toy making, the finished results are very different.
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This book showcases the new wave of cool craftingquirky, cutting-edge, craft-based artwork, often called Indie Craft or D.I.Y. craft. Using traditional methods such as embroidery, crochet, knitting, cross stitch, tapestry, needle felt, and plush toy making, the Indie Crafters create work that is contemporary, controversial, kitsch, ironic, humorous, and blurs the lines between art and craft.

Diem Chau -- Angela Chick -- Craft Guerrilla -- Phil Davison -- Erin Dollar -- Marloes Dukyer -- Jenny Hart -- Kate Jenkins -- Knit the City -- Knitta please -- Kup Kup Land -- Jacinta Lodge -- Joetta Maue -- Eva Monleón -- Moxie -- Sarah Neuburger -- Tania Patritti -- Emily Peacock -- Shauna Richardson -- Amy Rue -- Naomi Ryder -- William Schaff -- Severija -- Matte Stephens -- Vivienne Strauss -- Tada's Revolution -- Patricia Waller -- Kate Westerholt -- Howie Woo.

This text showcases the new wave of cool crafting quirky, cutting-edge, craft-based artwork, often called indie craft or D.I.Y. craft. While the methods and disciplines are often traditional such as embroidery, crochet, knitting, cross-stitch, tapestry, needle felt and plush-toy making, the finished results are very different.

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