Posts tagged ‘exhibitions’

Textile Stew: 3/11/11

Good news for digital fabric designers — Spoonflower has released its official 3600-color standards map with RGB color codes. It’s much more extensive than their previous color guide, and it works in conjunction with an Adobe Swatch Exchange Library, which you can download from here. To make a long story short, working from a chart [...]

Very Sanderson: 150 Years of English Decoration at The Fashion & Textile Museum London

Now through June 13, 2010, the Fashion & Textile Museum in London is featuring the exhibition Very Sanderson: 150 Years of English Decoration. Sanderson has been producing influential designer wallpapers and fabrics since 1860, and the exhibition focuses on how the company changed with and contributed to interior decoration trends over the decades. On display [...]

Liberty + V&A

Liberty of London and the Victoria & Albert Museum have teamed up to release a collection of 18 quilting prints to coincide with the V&A exhibition Quilts 1700-2010, which will be on display March 20-July 4 of this year. The fabrics will be released in March but are now available for pre-order through the V&A [...]

Lucky Brits.

New exhibition this month on Hull Traders fabrics, via the Jane Foster Blog Related posts: Very Sanderson: 150 Years of English Decoration at The Fashion & Textile Museum London Clothkits and Jane Foster Textile Stew: 3/11/11 Multiple Choice: From Sample to Product Liberty + V&A

Multiple Choice: From Sample to Product

The Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum (a branch of the Smithsonian located in New York, NY) recently ran an exhibition called Multiple Choice: From Sample to Product. It examined sample books and other sample media (such as this delightful button card) both as design tools and marketing materials for a variety of products, including textiles. Though [...]