Inspiration from Josef Albers and geometry
I came across this lovely shot of Josef Albers on Jessica Svendsen‘s beautiful photography blog.
(I know, how can a costume be anything other than 3D!?)
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About L.CalderI am a designer maker mainly specialising in the field of textiles and design. I use colour changing and responsive dyes combined with simple electronics to create colourful pieces of work that can change depending on environment and programming. I also work with various materials and imagery to communicate concepts and ideas as well as create artefacts that are engaging and visually stimulating.
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