Design enthusiasts and armchair travelers will love circling the globe with celebrated textile designer John Robshaw. From batiks in Java to ikats in Thailand and indigo printing in India, Robshaw reveals the lush inspiration behind his signature style while highlighting step-by-step block printing techniques from local artisans and masters. Robshaw provides a rare glimpse into his creative process, wherein he blends traditional methods with his own painterly style for entirely unique creations, and shares tips for incorporating textiles into any space. Brimming with beautiful photographs of covetable textiles, far-flung destinations, and eye-catching interiors, this book is an eclectic visual tour of the rich tradition of textile printing.ThE NaTiOnAl InStItUtE oF DeSiGn Inspired by Bauhaus and Ulm in Germany, NID was set up in 1961 by the Indian Department of ... Today it offers degree programs in everything from textile and interior design to transportation and architecture, as well as film and game design. ... of Management, and many significant buildings by Le Corbusier that showcase his ability to infuse Indian style with his own.
|Title||:||John Robshaw Prints|
|Publisher||:||Chronicle Books - 2014-04-29|