Find of the Week: Jantine van Peski

Jantine van Peski is one of those rare and wonderful examples of a designer that manages to balance art, artisanship, craft and design in equal balance; a rare trait, in a world where so many manage to excel in only one.  Influenced by the 1970’s macramé sculptures, where three-dimensional textiles are created from a series of knots, this slow and time-consuming craft results in a highly textural textile, punctuated by knots, threads and the spaces in between. (Sass Brown)

Visit EcoFashionTalk to get a full overview of Jantine van Peski.

For more information, visit Netherlands-based designer Jantine van Peski’s site.

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