MISS KINETIC PATTERNS?

You just missed KINETIC PATTERNS FOR DESIGNERS! Check back here for future variations on this exciting and popular theme – great for programmable textiles, social media, film and idents. See Listings here!

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THE GEOMETRICS Exhibition Opens 19th April 2013 at 6pm in London!

Html Patchwork designed and curated by Ele Carpenter, animated here by Emma Neuberg. Click it to own it! Which Hexidecimal Colour and Code is Correct?Calling all Maths and Computer Science teachers – don’t miss a design show that embraces mathematics from hexidecimal number arrangements to computerised laser jet systems all in the name of fashion…

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SURFACE Show at Chelsea FutureSpace

Rose, silk, detail, Emma Neuberg, 2012. We’re delighted to announce that silk triptychs created by STG founder, Emma Neuberg, whilst Artist in Residence (AA2A) at Chelsea College of Art & Design, London, are selected for an exciting new exhibition exploring surface, texture, semiotics and meaning taking place February 13th to April 14th 2013 at Chelsea…

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Pua Kumba Weaving in Marik Empang!

                                                                                                            Photo: Neuberg…

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Pattern, Textiles & Fashion on Film

Quentin Jones for Kenzo Pre-Fall 2012   You may have noticed that we embrace animation and film narratives as integral to contemporary textiles practice. This is because textiles manifest time and story-telling in their very DNA. Even digital code is textiles inasmuchas each pixel echoes the needlepoint stitch or punchcard hole in order to make the…

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Happy New Geometric Year 2013!

Thank you for sharing a wonderful 2012! We hope you love this Jonathan Saunders pattern digitally animated by Emma Neuberg and we look forward to more inspirational, ground-breaking and fun events together in 2013!  

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MEET US AT LONDON PRINTWORKS TRUST

  Pat Albeck, Counter Feat, London Printworks Trust, 2011. We’re delighted to announce that TSTG joins the iconic London Printworks Trust for the Slow Design School Stitch & Book Club this weekend! Our Slow Design School students follow in the footsteps of Great British designers such as Pat Albeck, Holly Fulton, Jonathan Saunders, Eley Kishimoto…

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Slow Design School Open Day This Saturday!

YOU are invited to the Slow Design School Open Day this Saturday at 3pm inWest Hampstead, London, United Kingdom! If you’re not in the United Kingdom, just ask for a login link and we’ll send you a recordingof the event! Meet like-minded people, learn new things, develop your practice, get access to the theoretical framework…

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The Slow Textiles Group Print Room Cinema Tania Grace Knuckey Premiere!

TSTG just had a wonderful Textiles Talk from award-winning textiles animator, Tania Knuckey,  in the Slow Studio’s Print Room Cinema! Tania’s vision is to bring dynamism to textiles through film-making and animation. This a small snippet of one of her many amazing textile films being screened at the Slow Studio Cinema yesterday! This was the…

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CO-CREATED VIRTUAL PATCHWORK

The Slow Textiles Group spent a great weekend inspired by Liberty’s of London quilt-maker, Katherine May, teaching hands-on fabric geometrics. Then, following STG director, Emma Neuberg’s instruction in how to convert these into digital animations, members of the Slow Textiles Group worked together on the first ever co-created virtual digital patchwork. Katherine May, Geraldine Peclard, Katie…

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Amazing Co-creation Workshop With Emma Neuberg, Katherine May and Tania Grace Knuckey on Nov 3rd!

Totem Blends, Emma Neuberg, 2012 Triangulated Patchwork, Katherine May, 2010. Frame Sequence, Tania Grace Knuckey, 2012. An amazing creative conversation opens up with the Slow Textiles Group on November 3rd at 2pm in the Slow Studio, West Hampstead, London, and internationally, online.  The afternoon offers you a hands-on workshop where you’ll learn to combine patchwork…

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Slow Textiles Group Member Rachelle Francis’ Work for Paris Houses Chanel, YSL, Nina Ricci, etc!

 Rachelle Francis It’s showcase time and we’re delighted to illustrate a handful of Slow Textiles Group Member, Rachelle Francis’s stunning embroidery work and to announce that other Slow Textiles Group associates will be working with her soon to assist her busy haute couture collections preparation! Why not come to one of our many exciting events…

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November 3rd at 2pm Animated Patchwork Workshop!

Who says patchwork is static!For details of this amazing Slow Textiles Hands-on Workshop and talk with Textiles Animation Award Winner – TexPrint Space Textiles Winner 2012, no less – Tania Knuckey,  go to Transform Textiles into Stunning Short Films in Illustrator and Photoshop workshop (code W28) details here!

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Jewellery & Fashion Unite!

Unite your inner jewellery and fashion designer with the fab People’s Print, DIY Couture and the V&A next week!  This is a chance of a lifetime, book your place here!

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The Geometrics are Coming! STG Presents a New Concept in Textile Design!

Camille Walala

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Slow Textiles is Delighted to Announce the Launch of their Geometric Season!

Slow Textiles manipulate the lovely David Saunders’ knitwear: d a v i d d a v i d We are delighted to announce that over the next few months we are running a collective research project incorporating several Slow Textiles Group members dedicated to an exploration of the geometric form in textiles. All our workshops, including…

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See some of the Slow Textiles Group members here!!

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Wishing You a Merry Christmas 2011!

This Postmodernism at the V&A print is especially co-designed by Hatice Burgess, Pamela Schwartz and Emma Neuberg, members of the The People’s Print’s Born To Be Wild design group (the first co-design social textiles group) and experimenters in the future meaning, role and identity of textiles!  

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Slow Textiles Group Members Begin Planning the First Slow Textiles Film and Exhibition, Geometry Girls!!

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Call for International Researchers and Assistants!!

Textile Workers,  silkscreen print, USSR, circa 1923, reworked as an animated print by Emma Neuberg, 2011. If you’re interested in becoming an assitant and or researcher with the Slow Textiles group, please sign up to our London October 15th 2011 meeting at 2.00pm (GMT+1) with webinar participation if you’re not in town!! To participate, email! As part of our on-going research…

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The beginnings of our trad/tech textile conjuncture

Japanese textile motif, animated print, Emma Neuberg, 2011.

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Plus ça change

Summer Sales,digital surface pattern inspired by Horace Taylor’s 1926 poster,Emma Neuberg, 2011.Horace Taylor,  The Electric Railway Company,London, 1926This is British designer, Horace Taylor‘s poster (animated by Emma Neuberg) encouraging women in the suburbs to get into town via the London Underground and “buy British”! Taking a closer look at the ladies’ hats (especially the one on…

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Slow/Fast Experiments

Pastel and digital prints animated,  Emma Neuberg, 2011. Experiment 1: Slow Hues,Pastel and digital print animated, Emma Neuberg, 2011. Over the next few weeks, we are experimenting at the juncture where slow, traditional, hand processes meet fast digitised ones to stimulate dialogue on surface pattern and new hybrid forms. The aim, loosely, is to combine old with…

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Postmodernism (Digital) Style and Subversion

Jean-Paul Goude styles Grace Jones, front over of PHOTO, France, c.1981. Slow Textiles and Make It Digital join forces to create  The People’s Print and we are delighted to announce that as such we will be attending the Postmodernism ball in celebration of our latest textile design course at the V&A, London.

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Electronic Fabric Experiments

Here at Slow Textiles we are experimenting with electronic fabric samples. It’s playtime at the moment!

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Flash View! New Work for Animated Textiles

Repetitive Triangles II,Emma Neuberg, animated silkscreen print and plastic on paper, 2011.Emma Neuberg develops ideas for the next Slow Textiles workshop (taking place at the V&A in September and October). These mark an experimental phase inspired by bringing Italian design house, Memphis, into the digital age.The initial objective is to bring slow hand processes together with digital crafting…

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