Glitch textiles by Phillip Stearns

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Saturday 4 August 2012

Usually, we respond to glitches with cussing and some sneering, but when they look as good as these woven and knit fabrics by sound and visual artist Phillip Stearns (he generates the glitch-inspired patterns from short circuit camera images), we just can’t. What can we say? We may not actually hate glitches all that much.

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Dreamy organic designs by Laura Williams

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By Michael T. in New Design on Wednesday 4 January 2012

Feathers, bubbles, fishes, raindrops: Laura Williams’ dreamy organic designs reveal a passion for sumptuous pattern that creates a wonderful underwater feel. Her work would make for dazzling wallpaper or fabric choices in public spaces – restaurants, clubs, hotels. Or even for one’s home. Hmm, now that I think of it, I believe I need to re-upholster my sofa.

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Corey Corcoran

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Friday 12 March 2010

Boston-based artist Corey Corcoran synthesizes neo-primitivist visions out of found materials, fabrics, and a rusty palette of paints and pigments.

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