It's always fascinating to see two distinct practices come together and produce a new and exciting piece. I got an education in textiles courtesy of Lapchi with this article for Core77. Needless to say, I will never take carpet for granted again.
Text and photos by: Carren Jao
Edited by: LinYee Yuan
Published: 27 March 2012, Core77
|One of my two favorite patterns out of Milton Glaser's whole collection.|
Milton Glaser for Lapchi: An Exploration of Pattern Making and Color Effects in Textiles is Milton's mind on display. It flits from an exploration of mystical Tibetan symbolism to a contemplation of nature, expressionist sensibility to bold, playful freeform. "I look upon this collection almost as a portrait of Milton. There isn't one theme, but all themes point out to his different interests and his character," says Andrew Neave, Lapchi's artistic director. [read more]