11/7/09

TEXTILWERKEN





Found this fantastic german craft book in a library.
Full of exciting images that i dont know which ones to choose for this post.
Sadly my german is hopeless to understand the text
although I studied it for some time..
I should have been more serious in school.
(The book is called Textilwerken grundlagen und lehrwege.)

+Go read this heartwarming short story.

++Makoto Kagashima's awesome.

12 comments:

Fine Little Day said...

Great post, that book!

bastisRIKE said...

if you have questions 'bout the german text, i could help you out :)

marie said...

this is nice! love the story and of course makoto kagashima's exhibit. i really want to go to that!

karin said...

This is amazing. Isn't it simply great how simple techniques and design make the best results.
Same as the commenter before me: if there's anything you want to know especially, just ask!

hiki said...

you always seem to be able to find the best books! wonderful post, and thank you for the link ;) have a joyful week!

mieke willems said...

oh! what a beautiful book!!!

yu yasutake said...

thank you rike and karin. i will definitely ask you when im in need of translation!

hiki, arigato.you too. have a joyful week!

Mark Staff Brandl said...

What Yuchan?!!! All that time with us in Switzerland and you forgot German? You were too busy learning weird American English from me in Art History!

Maria said...

My partner has just taken our baby out on his own for the first time and I was feeling a bit tearful and empty till I found this link to the really nice story with a colorful ending. Hope they come back before bedtime. Maybe we could all paint our flat too…
I really like the photos of the dolls and textiles and all the fabulous links :)

Diana said...

I just love it!!!!!!!!! these dolls are so alive!!!

Awesome blog!!!!!!!!

chie mole rat said...

ゆうさんのブログやっぱいいのばっかりのってますね!みてるだけでわくわくしてきます!けっきょくいまキャンバにいますか?それともフランス??

yu yasutake said...

hi chie! ill send you an email later!