Samantha Warren for Martin Margiela at Slow Textiles Workshop!!

These gorgeous digital print designs are some from the first stage Cubo-Futurism digital designs that a group of designers produced at the Slow Textiles Group’s Introduction to Cubo-Futurism: Learn to Create Placement Prints for Dynamic, Timeless Fashion Textiles workshop this weekend! These six are by talented British textile designer, Samantha Warren. They represent her initial experiments…

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Experiments Begin with Co-Design Postmodernism Prints!!

Hot off the press!! Emma and Geraldine’s postmodernism prints converge in an intergallactic collision! Geraldine’s grass green and hot pink are softened for an older look…the red to catch the lips!!

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Slow Textiles Group Members Pioneer New Design System!!

Innovate the system and you’ll innovate the product. That’s what the Slow Textiles Group specialises in! Here’s a sneak preview of a new print identity methodology that some of our members are working on.See the last page for a brief introduction to the methodology and further details: http://static.issuu.com/webembed/viewers/style1/v2/IssuuReader.swf Open publication – Free publishing – More…

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Create a Cubo-Futurism Print on an Alexander McQueen Garment!!

Learn to generate digital placement prints inspired by hand-painted Cubo-Futurism for an amazing Alexander McQueen couture garment in The Slow Textiles Group’s gorgeous London studio!! Taking place on December 3rd 2011 at 2pm, this is a pioneering workshop in slow processes married with fast to create a new, bespoke aesthetic – that you then make and wear! Anyone can do…

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The Future of Sustainable Design in the UK?!!

The Slow Textiles Group says take a good, long look at the Design Council’s thinkers of the future of sustainable design in the UK: Now practise your image analysis skills on the pics from the Design Council’s Design Summit, 2011: Lastly, Dr Emma Neuberg renames the Design Council’s Design Technology in Schools promotional video,  “Creative Britain in Reverse?,”…

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Slow Textiles on Film!

The first tremors…directed by Javier Barcala. 2012 is the Slow Textiles Group launch year! The dynamic, pioneering group with its searing vision and vibrant energy will showcase international textiles as never seen before! Watch this space!

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Slow Textiles Five Year Plan Launches soon!!

An exciting new publication, New Wave: The Five Year Plan to Kickstart Textiles in the UK Today,  is launching in the New Year;  it maps out the new route for all your talent and skills. We have the best design talent in the world and what happens to it? If you’ve got something to say,…

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NEWS!! FLASH!! London Calling!!

The Great British Houses of Parliament designed by Charles Barry and Augustus Pugin in 1840 in the midst of an economic recession and still standing! Exciting news!! Members of the Slow Textiles group are meeting British Parliamentary Design and Sustainability Groups and their MPs in Westminster next week to make a noise about the power of textile design…

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Slow Textiles Founder selected as Artist in Residence at Chelsea School of Art!

We are delighted to announce that alongside three other artists, founder of the Slow Textiles Group, Emma Neuberg, is awarded Artist in Residence at Chelsea School of Art, London! The other artists include Ryan Mcclelland: Amex Apathy, 2005 And Nick Hornby: All the work deals broadly with montage/collage and consumerism. Exhibition dates: Friday 4th –…

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Textiles New Wave is Here!!

You coming or staying put? After an amazing Slow Textiles open meeting on Saturday 15th October 2011, we are delighted to announce thatTextiles New Wave has arrived!! It has been a l-o-n-g wait!With exhibitions abound (online and on site) and exciting new hybrid textile forms on the horizon, we offically announce thatTextiles New Wave Starts Here!!

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What Business Model Are You Changing?

Join us for dialogue in London at 2pm this Saturday!Vous venez? 来る? ¿Viene usted? 您来? Eρχεστε? вы приходите? Você vem? Sie kommen?

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