A Traditional Japanese Textile Art That Requires Specially Filed Fingernails
Magog Quebec - Old Textile Mill, Power Station
Handmade textiles by indigenous women in Chiapas, Mexico
This is my first ever textile design. I call it Totally Tropical.
Lunchtime at a textile factory in China
I’ve been learning to ride a skateboard. My boyfriend captured my new favorite picture of me at an abandoned textile mill.
Textile Medium and Acrylic Painted my canvas coat.
[Colourized OC] Great Depression 1937 - North Carolina - Smiling textile worker
A bridge near my apartment. Part of an old textile mill.
Half-Flooded Textile Mill a 1/2 mile downstream from my House.
My favourite textile portrait I've done so far - the critically endangered Philippine eagle!
A Textile Mill by the Canal in Huddersfield, UK.
A shirt I painted using acrylic and textile median.
Dog sculpture made by with vintage textiles
Manufaktura, Lodz, Poland - old textile plant now hosting restaurants, a cinema and such
Textile factory cafeteria, Zhejiang Province, China
Into the Darkness we go - Basement of old textile Mill
Textile pangolin! The only scaled mammal in the world, and also the most trafficked.
Here is me playing Atlantis on my Atari 2600 in my grandmothers living room, circa November 1984. I remember the feel of all those various textiles as if it were yesterday...
Textile fire test dummy, January 1953.
700lbs of baled textile waste
By combining photography, glass and textile sculpture, the artist Miguel Rothschild recreated the movement of the ocean
Silk Worms Feeding, The Beginning Steps of Silk Textile
The pink room of a textiles factory in Millbury, Massachusetts
Snowy evening, just about dark and through a moving car window. My cell turned the sky blue and the window gave it the surreal textile
An abandoned textile factory.
shirtless pooh bear in this textile print
The English industrial village of Saltaire, built in 1851 by textile mill owner Sir Titus Salt
Child labor: 11-year old textile spinner from 1910
An abandoned textile mill in South Carolina looks like a real life Call of Duty map.
A piece I made for my textiles class (embroidery, silkscreen, and beads)
2014 SWAIA Best of Show went to a Navajo master rug weaver who made a 14'x8' Two Grey Hills textile rug. It's enormously amazing!