Some people have talent!
A colleague recently introduced me to the work of artist and textile designer Nithikul Nimkulrat after seeing her present at an academic conference in Europe. I am amazed at the intricacy of Nithikul’s white woven pieces of paper string and the way she thoughtfully and carefully combines art and research.
The Chandelier No. 2
The Glass and the Straw
The Coal Rake
The Birch Tree
Isn’t it absolutely incredible what Nithikul can do with paper string? You can see more of her work here. She has also written this book which I’m sure does not disappoint.
Images courtesy of Ini Creation. Many thanks to Catherine D.H. for sending this my way.
The products in Natalie Jost’s textiles and paper goods shop, Olive Manna, are so beautifully styled and photographed. What a treat it is to visit her website.
milk glass bowls, $20
key rack, $45
cotton twine, $7
paper twine on a vintage spool, $22-$24
mini clothespins, $5 for 25
cotton drawstring bags, $1-$4
wood spool stand with twine & scissors, $24-$39
Images via Olive Manna.
A pretty die-cut pillow from Canadian textile designer, Bev Hisey.
Bev Hisey Die-cut Pillow
Â Photo courtesy of Bev Hisey.