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Kornit & FIT Artwork Display

Kornit & FIT Artwork Display

  • 2017
  • Fabric Styling
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Interdisciplinary Programs
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
Textile month presentation showcasing various disciplines in AAS and BFA programs from Textile/Surface Design and Fabric Styling Departments
Kornit Digital: Interdisciplinary Design Challenge Winners Display

Kornit Digital: Interdisciplinary Design Challenge Winners Display

  • 2016
  • Fashion Design (School of Art and Design)
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Interdisciplinary Programs
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
  • Award winners
Display of 6 prize winners of Kornit Digital's Interdisciplinary Design Challenge.
Crafting Change Exhibition 2022

Crafting Change Exhibition 2022

  • 2022
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
The work of FIT alumni and faculty takes center stage in the exhibition Crafting Change. Organized by the Textile/Surface Design Department in conjunction with New York Textile Month, the works featured in Crafting Change use long-established techniques in a modern context to highlight the potential for promoting connection, community, and wellbeing through creating textiles. These works explore the potential for art to promote connection with ourselves and others and how the tactility of textiles can provide balance to time spent in the digital realm.
Strega Nona Kitchen Collection

Strega Nona Kitchen Collection

Giovanna Ricci
  • 2023
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
I intended these samples to be applied to the decorative kitchen market, not only because this collection is built upon a pasta theme. The low EPI count for these weave samples allowed for a more open structure to the weave. I noticed that this firmer, open knit was common in placemats and table runners (Stripe #2). I expanded this further to potholders because some of my designs were thicker in texture, and would be less suitable for balancing a plate and better suited for a barrier between surfaces (Stripe #1). I also thought these designs could be applied to kitchen towels. Many that I researched were woven with compact designs of stripe or allover textures (Allover #1, Allover #2). I also noticed that in reference to tableware, the majority of placemats and table runners were either cotton or linen, while dishcloths and potholders were usually cotton. I tried my best to maintain cotton as the majority content of my yarns (though some wool was used for color necessity). In general, many of the decorative kitchen designs were smaller and compact, and had a sturdier, less stretchy quality to them, which is what I strove towards while assembling my collection.
Woven Collection inspired by Paul Klee

Woven Collection inspired by Paul Klee

Nana Osako
  • 2023
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
This collection for Decorative was inspired by paintings of Paul Klee.
I tried to capture an atmosphere his paintings have. Basic weaves, original weaves and Tapestry techniques introduced in the class were used.
Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon

Kulsoom Hasan
  • 2023
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
Woven Textile Fabric collection with original weaves and patterns, inspired by the mood of Antelope Canyon. Representing the colors and feel of that place.
Apocalypse Dreams Collection

Apocalypse Dreams Collection

Amayah Meas
  • 2023
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
The title of my collection is Apocalypse Dreams, named after my favorite Tame Impala song that I had the privilege of seeing performed live. Tame Impala is an artist known for producing innovative sounds that evoke psychedelic emotions. Their live performances display an intense combination of sounds and visuals, a transformative experience that I strived to communicate in this collection.
Spider Web Jasper Collection

Spider Web Jasper Collection

Amayah Meas
  • 2023
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
My collection of weaves is inspired by a spider web jasper rock. It includes a creative tapestry, two all-over texture fabrics, and an exploration weave. Each piece was woven on a floor loom and displays a multitude of weave structures and techniques like hand embroidery.
Le Jardin

Le Jardin

Isabella Notartomaso
  • 2023
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
Impressionism is a movement in which artists emphasized the naturalistic rendering of light and color to convey the feel of a scene while using visibly thin and softer brush strokes; with landscapes being the subject of most paintings. Water Lilies is a series, whom Claude Monet, a French Impressionist, dedicated the last 30 years of his life to. The series is depicted of Monet’s garden in Giverny in which he was challenged to capture the altering appearance of reflection, light, and color at every moment. Monet’s technique consisted of loose and fluid brush strokes, causing the colors to blend optically; creating the illusion of movement. He used color to capture the essence of his subject, rather than the actual colors of the objects depicted. In this series, he focused mainly on cool tones like blues, and greens to give off a soothing and relaxing mood, as he felt when he was in his garden.
Silken Minarets

Silken Minarets

Mia Christine Cunningham
  • 2023
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design BFA
Floral Mirage

Floral Mirage

Kamryn Matsumoto
  • 2023
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design BFA
POISON

POISON

Meg Benedict
  • 2023
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
This collection is meant for the brave and bold at heart. Inspired by poisonous frogs in the jungle, this collection can not be missed and will be sure to make heads turn!
Korean Ornate Collection

Korean Ornate Collection

Minjung Shin
  • 2023
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design BFA
Woven & Digital Printed Textile

Woven & Digital Printed Textile

Mathilda Kurimata
  • 2023
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
Woven textile, digital printed textile
Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2019

Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2019

  • 2019
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Annuals (exhibitions)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design One-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design Two-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design BFA
Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2018

Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2018

  • 2018
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Annuals (exhibitions)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design One-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design Two-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design BFA
Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2017

Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2017

  • 2017
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Annuals (exhibitions)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design One-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design Two-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design BFA
Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2016

Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2016

  • 2016
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Annuals (exhibitions)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design One-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design Two-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design BFA
Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2015

Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2015

  • 2015
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Annuals (exhibitions)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design One-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design Two-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design BFA
Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2014

Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2014

  • 2014
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Annuals (exhibitions)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design One-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design Two-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design BFA
Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2013

Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2013

  • 2013
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Annuals (exhibitions)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design One-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design Two-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design BFA
Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2012

Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2012

  • 2012
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Annuals (exhibitions)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design One-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design Two-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design BFA
Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2010

Textile/Surface Design Graduating Student Exhibition 2010

  • 2010
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Annuals (exhibitions)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
Program/Degree: Textile/Surface Design One-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design Two-Year AAS; Textile/Surface Design BFA
Crafting Change 2018: New Textile Work by Students and Faculty

Crafting Change 2018: New Textile Work by Students and Faculty

  • 2018
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
The work of FIT students and faculty took center stage in the Gallery FIT exhibition Crafting Change. Organized by the Textile/Surface Design Department in conjunction with New York Textile Month, the works featured in Crafting Change used long-established techniques in a modern context to explore the shifting boundaries between art, design, and technology. Combining hand-crafting techniques with digital processes preserves tradition while pushing textiles into the future. Projects bridging science and textiles have the potential to revolutionize the fashion and textile industries, leading us to a more sustainable world. These works were promising examples of how FIT is successfully encouraging interdisciplinary mergers of craft, technology, and sustainability in order to usher textile arts into the 21st century.
Crafting Change 2017: New Textile Work by Students and Faculty

Crafting Change 2017: New Textile Work by Students and Faculty

  • 2017
  • Textile/Surface Design
  • Image
  • Exhibitions (events)
  • Exhibition installation photographs
The work of FIT students and faculty took center stage in the Gallery FIT exhibition Crafting Change. Organized by the textile/surface design department in conjunction with New York Textile Month, the works featured in Crafting Change used long-established techniques in a modern context to explore the shifting boundaries between art, design, and technology. Projects bridging science and textiles have the potential to revolutionize the fashion and textile industries, leading us to a more sustainable future. These works were promising examples of how FIT is successfully encouraging interdisciplinary mergers between craft, technology, and sustainability to usher textile arts into the 21st century.