Posts Tagged: Textiles

Sonia Delaunay

I have led three lives: one for Robert, one for my son and grandsons, a shorter one for myself. I don’t regret not having given myself more attention. I really did not have the time. – Sonia Delaunay Sonia Delaunay was a strong, smart, selfless, successful and inspired woman. Her career spanned 75 years in… Read more »

Artistic Maps

A Pakistani clothing company called Generation founded by husband-wife duo Saad and Nosheen Rahman, has found a very pretty way to remind us how much textile art can demonstrate the richness of culture. Their stunning textile map (above) uses native embroidery techniques to mark different regions, which magically shows how diverse elements can all come… Read more »

Edith Rewa’s Natural World

Super excited to welcome a brilliant young Aussie artist/botanist to our humble blog today. Edith Rewa Barrett lives in a natural world where textile design, illustration, silk scarves and art prints are her daily jam. Edith is a stirred by all things botanical and Australian, so it’s no coincidence that she lives in the Blue… Read more »

The Most Furious Goose

Honk Honk! Peep Peep! Hiss Hiss! Introducing the king of the most disruptive fabrics, and prints with the most personality – Mr Patrick Morrison aka Furious Goose. Patrick is a trained painter and printmaker, an experienced graphic designer, illustrator and brand consultant, and wait for it… He’s a full blown pro at etching and linocut… Read more »

Amazing Annie

Hello there world! Some very exciting times are upon us here at Think Positive – we’ve got a bunch of great new content coming up to inspire and excite you. But one thing at a time, we don’t want to give all of our sparkly secrets away at once. Sooooo, (drumroll)… Today is the T+… Read more »