Digitally Designed Lace

Craft & Design
Digitally Designed Lace


Artist Cristina Suzuki created a series of illustrations called Rendas Digitais (Digital Lace) based on traditional textile techniques, which she mimics by processing her original drawings with graphic design software.

Lace looks complex, but it is actually simple details that together amplify the view and bring a complexity, startling the viewer. That’s how I feel when I see the work of Northeastern weavers. And I’ve built my work from that. The difference? I don’t use thread. Yet

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Artist, writer, and teacher who makes work about popular culture, technology, and traditional craft processes.

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