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O crescimento populacional da humanidade tem castigado o planeta ao longo dos séculos, mas, nos últimos anos, mudanças climáticas e desastres naturais têm chamado atenção para a necessidade de cuidar melhor da saúde do planeta. Isso não apenas ser...

Designer Ryan Frank just debuted his first collection of office furniture at Barcelona Design Week 2012. Dubbed Glitch, the line is constructed without the use of glue or screws, allowing it to be easily disassembled so that the materials can be recycled or reused at the end of their life.    Read more: Inhabitat | Design For a Better World!

Designer Ryan Frank just debuted his first collection of office furniture at Barcelona Design Week 2012. Dubbed Glitch, the line is constructed without the use of glue or screws, allowing it to be easily disassembled so that the materials can be recycled or reused at the end of their life. Read more: Inhabitat | Design For a Better World!

Oak Cloth Part 1 Kimberly Baxter Packwood

Oak Cloth Part 1 Kimberly Baxter Packwood

Oak Leaf Cloth Part 2  Kimberly Baxter Packwood

Oak Leaf Cloth Part 2 Kimberly Baxter Packwood

Kimberly Baxter Packwood | Sandstone Series  About the Work:  Inspired by the sandstone geography at Ledges  State Park in Boone, Iowa, I created these pieces using Natural and Compost Dyed  silk fabrics in celebration of those cliffs.  Natural & Compost Dyed Silk Fabric, Cotton Quilt Batting, Machine Stitched.

Kimberly Baxter Packwood | Sandstone Series About the Work: Inspired by the sandstone geography at Ledges State Park in Boone, Iowa, I created these pieces using Natural and Compost Dyed silk fabrics in celebration of those cliffs. Natural & Compost Dyed Silk Fabric, Cotton Quilt Batting, Machine Stitched.

Kimberly Baxter Packwood. "I use natural materials and processes to demonstrate the progression of the native prairie from its ancient origins to the present through color, texture and form.  When working with natural dyes, Ocher's, Earth pigments, and rust on cloth I am able to explore the tension between the natural and the unnatural (man made)."

Kimberly Baxter Packwood. "I use natural materials and processes to demonstrate the progression of the native prairie from its ancient origins to the present through color, texture and form. When working with natural dyes, Ocher's, Earth pigments, and rust on cloth I am able to explore the tension between the natural and the unnatural (man made)."

k baxter packwood | "For the past 17 years I have been dyeing with natural dyes using local and sustainable materials.  I teach surface design using natural dyes, rust dyeing, compost dyeing and other surface design techinques."

k baxter packwood | "For the past 17 years I have been dyeing with natural dyes using local and sustainable materials. I teach surface design using natural dyes, rust dyeing, compost dyeing and other surface design techinques."

Mark Making with Nature by Kimberly Baxter Packwood

Mark Making with Nature by Kimberly Baxter Packwood


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